London-based runners or visitors to the city can now visit the Mizuno Performance Centre at the Centre Point building. The centre will be open until August 12 and features free biomechanical running analysis plus state-of-the-art activity zones based around sprinting, football and handball. The activity zones will test speed, agility, accuracy and power, with spot prizes for highest scores.
Highlights of the specially designed space are the opportunity to try out a variety of Mizuno sports products. In addition there will be visits from top athletes and bespoke commissioned sporting artwork by renowned Japanese brushstroke artist Hidekichi Shigemoto on display.
Mizuno's limited edition Seiei collection of footwear, which will be worn by Mizuno's top sporting athletes this summer, will also be showcased. This new range includes the Wave Ronin 4, Wave Rider 15, Wave Kudos and Wave Universe 4 running shoes.
Luke Donald, Sally Gunnell, Dwight Yorke and other leading Mizuno ambassadors launched the Japanese brands' innovative new centre earlier this week at central London's iconic Centre Point building and invited sports enthusiasts to this unique 'pop up' experience.
"I'm thrilled to be opening the Mizuno Performance Centre ahead of what will be a brilliant summer of sport" said Akito Mizuno. "We believe the iconic status of the building is a perfect reflection of the Mizuno brand. Our customers have a wonderful opportunity to try out the latest Seiei Collection products, interact with our sports stars and explore more about our Japanese heritage in what will be a truly exciting day out for all the family."
For your opportunity to visit the Mizuno Performance Centre, find out more about what is going on each day and to take part in all of the activities with prizes to be won, register online at the Mizuno Seiei website.