Zero Position Swimwear contributed to great performances by Japanese swimmers at Japan Open 2014, a swimming competition. The athletes had practiced wearing the costumes while being coached by Yoshihiro Fujimori. Specifically, Miho Takahashi (Nippon Sport Science University) broke Japan’s oldest record to set a new one on June 20 and Yasuhiro Koseki (MIKI HOUSE) won the title in Men’s 200m breaststroke on June 22.
Along with these results, nine swimmers who had worn Zero Position Swimwear while practicing under Coach Yoshihiro Fujimori have been chosen as members of Japan’s national team attending the “Pan Pacific Swimming Championships” to be held at the Gold Coast, Australia, from August 21 to 25. Furthermore, seven swimmers who had worn Zero Position Swimwear while practicing under Coach Yoshihiro Fujimori have been chosen to represent Japan at the “Asian Games” to be held in Inchon, South Korea, from September 18 to October 4.
Zero Position Swimwear is used not only by beginning swimmers but also by world-class athletes.