The Mizuno Performance Centre will feature state-of-the-art activity zones based around sprinting, football and handball to test speed, agility, accuracy and power, with spot prizes for highest scores. Elsewhere in the specially designed space, visitors can take advantage of free biomechanical running analysis and try out a variety of Mizuno sports products. Top class athletes will also be dropping in and bespoke commissioned sporting artwork by renowned Japanese brushstroke artist Hidekichi Shigemoto will also be on display.
Mizuno’s limited edition Seiei Collection of footwear will also be showcased at the Mizuno Performance Centre. ‘Seiei’ (pronounced “say ay”) is Japanese for the word ‘elite’ and this exclusive new range will be worn by Mizuno’s top sporting athletes this summer. The limited edition footwear range is made up of the renowned Wave Ronin 4, Wave Rider 15, Wave Kudos, Wave Universe 4 running shoes, as well as Volleyball’s Wave Lightning RX and Wave Tornado 7, the Wave Stealth 2 for Handball and the Morelia Neo MD for Football.