Mizuno Philippines

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Mizuno Corporation was established in Osaka, Japan in 1906 by Rihachi Mizuno. Today, Mizuno USA is located in Norcross, GA and continues to manufacture and distribute high quality golf, baseball, softball, running, track & field and volleyball equipment, apparel, and footwear. Since our founding, we have taken special pride and pleasure in being able to participate in the exciting world of sports and providing sports equipment of the highest quality. Each and every one of us is guided by the ideal of true sportsmanship. That was true over 100 years ago and is still true today. It is evident in our corporate philosophy which, simply stated, is "Contributing to society through the advancement of sporting goods and the promotion of sports." Our product development strategy is to create products with features that enhance athlete performance and are unique to only Mizuno. These technological advancements make our sporting equipment and apparel go the extra mile and keep you in tip top playing form no matter the sport or the conditions. We believe in making products that work in harmony with your body, helping you to be the best athlete you can be. Never Settle™ is more than just a tagline. It's our calling. Our way of seeing the world. And the rallying cry for our entire company. Breakthroughs come by leadership and discovery, not by following others. Our R&D teams will stop at nothing to give athletes the gear they need to perform their best. At Mizuno, we challenge ourselves each day to innovate and constantly improve. And our leaders not only are seasoned in their respective sports but also inspire us to make the world a better place through participation in sports.

Local

  • Rachel Anne Daquis

    Rachel is the team captain of the Women's National Volleyball Team. She's been playing volleyball since her early years and has definitely left a mark in the local volleyball scene. She was a star player for the FEU Lady Tamarraws winning multiple awards in her collegiate years. She continued playing on after, bagging more trophies and awards along the way. She's been dubbed as the Ambassador of Philippine Volleyball and seeks to make the National Team competitive in international play.

    She currently plays in the Mizuno Wave Lightning RX3 and the Mizuno Wave Tornado 8.


    Personal Information

    • Birthday: December 13, 1987
    • Height: 5'10
    • Position: Wing Spiker
    • Twitter: @rachdaquis03

    Achievements

    • * Best Server (UAAP Season 68 & Season 69)
    • * Team Captain of the FEU Women's Volleyball Team (UAAP Season 71)
    • * Best Server (Shakey's Vleague Season 7)
    • * Darling of the crowd (PVF National Open 2010)
    • * Best Blocker (HAIL 2006)
    • * Best Attacker (PVF Invitational 2011)
    • * Finals MVP (Shakey's Vleague Open Conference)
    • * Team Captain of the Philippine National Women's Volleyball Team

International

  • US Women’s National Team


    Personal Information


    Achievements

    • FIVB World Grand Prix Gold — 1995, 2001, 2010
    • Pan American Games Gold — 1967
    • Pan-American Cup Gold — 2003

  • US Men’s National Team

    Personal Information


    Achievements

    • America Cup Gold — 2005, 2007
    • Olympics Gold — 1984, 1988, 2008
    • Pan American Games Gold — 1955, 1959, 1967, 1987
    • Pan-American Cup Gold — 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010
    • World Championship Gold — 1986
    • World League Gold — 2008

  • Canadian National Volleyball Team

    Mizuno supports the Canadian National Volleyball Team


    Personal Information


    Achievements

    • 1995 Pan American Games 3rd place finish for the Women's National Team
    • 2004 NORCECA Olympic Qualification Championship 3rd place for the Men's National Team
    • 2007 NORCECA Continental Championships 4th place finish for the Women's National Team
    • 2007 NORCECA Olympic Qualification Championship 2nd place for the Women's National Team
    • 2009 NORCECA Continental Championships 4th place finish for the Men's National Team
    • 2009 Pan American Games 2nd place finish for the Men's National Team