Athletes and Ambassadors
It’s no accident that you’ll find Mizuno gear at the top levels of professional athletics. The world’s best athletes choose the world’s best sporting gear. To learn more about our athletes, and to get the latest updates from their individual social media channels, check out the links below.
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An English native, Luke Donald is one of the world's top golfers. In addition to his top-10 world ranking, Luke has numerous wins on the PGA and European Tours, and played a key role as a member of the victorious European Ryder Cup teams in 2004, 2006, and 2010.
One of the game’s true superstars, Finch’s overpowering pitching helped raise the awareness of women’s softball to new heights while setting records at the University of Arizona. After graduation, she led the USA Softball Women’s National Team to gold in 2004 and had a great pro career before retiring following the 2010 season.
Born and raised in Augusta, Georgia, home of the Masters Tournament. After helping Oklahoma State University win the NCAA Division I Golf Championship, Howell turned pro, and has been featured in the top 15 in the Official World Golf Rankings
The 2002 PGA Rookie of the Year, Jonathan Byrd started his golf career at Clemson University, earning All-ACC and All-America honors. Since then, he has gone on to win six tournaments professionally, including five on the PGA Tour.
Before winning her first LPGA major at the 2011 Kraft Nabisco Championship, Stacy Lewis was a four-time All-American at the University of Arkansas and 2007 Golf Digest Amateur of the year. In 2008, Lewis was a key member of the winning U.S. Curtis Cup team, becoming the first player to go 5-0 in a single Curtis Cup match.
After joining the Braves in 2005, McCann started his career as a personal catcher to John Smoltz. His prowess at the plate, both offensive and defensive, has helped him earn All Star honors five times, along with 2010 All Star Game MVP honors.