Ambassador Yuichi Takahashi
Track and field athlete (T11) / triathlete (PTVI)
Yuichi Takahashi is an employee of Mitsubishi Corporation.
Supporter Tomoaki Imai
Wheelchair rugby athlete (Class 1.0)
Tomoaki Imai is an employee of Mitsubishi Corporation.
Supporter Daisuke Ikezaki
Wheelchair rugby athlete (Class 3.0)
Daisuke Ikezaki is an employee of Mitsubishi Corporation.
Wheelchair tennis athlete
Shiori Funamizu is sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation.
(S14 class - intellectual disability)
Dai Tokairin is sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation.
Competitive swimmer (S13, SB13, SM13 sports classes - visually impaired (amblyopia))
Ayano Tsujiuchi is sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation.
Competitive swimmer (S7 class - physical impairment)
An Nishida is sponsored by Mitsubishi Corporation.
Supporter Naoko Takahashi
Naoko Takahashi won the gold medal at the Sydney 2000 Olympics and received a People's Honor Award. In 2001, she established a world record (at that time) in Berlin, becoming the first woman to break the 2 hours and 20 minutes mark.
Supporter Shinji Negi
At the Sydney 2000 Paralympics, Shinji Negi was captain of the Japan national men's wheelchair basketball team. He currently serves as a member of the governing board of the Japanese Paralympic Committee and deputy director of Athlete Network.
Supporter Tomoe Takada
In 2002 and 2003 Tomoe Takada came second in the Japan Goalball Championship. She won the prize for gaining the most points at the Japan Goalball Championship in 2007 and led her team to victory.
Supporter Jun Hiromichi
Since damaging his spinal cord in a motorcycle accident in 1989 as a high school student, Jun Hiromichi has lived his life in a wheelchair. Mr. Hiromichi won the silver medal in the 800m wheelchair racing event at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. He then went on to win the bronze medal in the 800m event at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, achieving the great accomplishment of winning medals in two consecutive Paralympics.
Supporter Takanobu Sato
Takanobu Sato is an employee of Mitsubishi Shoji & Sun Co., Ltd. He has competed in the Oita International Wheelchair Marathon since the 8th marathon in 1988, appearing for the 22nd time in 2014.
Supporter Hiroshi Nojima
Since damaging his spinal cord in a traffic accident as a high school student, Hiroshi Nojima has lived his life in a wheelchair.
Mr. Nojima represented Japan in Alpine Skiing in the Nagano 1998 Paralympic Games and the Torino 2006 Paralympic Games. Currently he is training the next generation of athletes as Director of the Japan ChairSki Association and Director of the Japan Disabled Golf Association.