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Masato Mizuno profile

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  • Masato Mizuno became president of Mizuno in 1989
  • Mizuno was founded by his grandfather in 1906
  • Awarded Olympic Order in 2001 for services to the Olympic Movement
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Masato Mizuno was made president of the Mizuno Corporation, which was founded by his grandfather in 1906, in 1989.

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Masato is not just a businessman, but is also an avid supporter of the Olympians, athletes, the Olympic Movement, sport and environmental protection.

Masato Mizuno, who has a strong commitment to environmental protection, is a Member of the IOC Sport and Environment Commission.

He was awarded the Olympic Order in 2001 for his outstanding services to the Olympic Movement and has served as President of the World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry, of which he is now Vice President.

In 2004 he was awarded the Medal with Blue Ribbon by his native Japan, for his services to public welfare, and his philanthropy. E-mail to a friend E-mail to a friend

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