Giving away sets of one Coca-Cola case (24 bottles) and autographed game balls from two players of the Coca-Cola Red Sparks!

To show our appreciation, we will give away 6 sets of autographed balls from the two players and a case of 500 ml Coca-Cola bottles (24 bottles) (Hockey 3, Rugby 3).

Here is the two players:

◇Hazuki Yuda from Coca-Cola Red Sparks Hockey Team

Hazuki Yuda
Hazuki Yuda

◇Taichi Yoshizawa from Coca-Cola Red Sparks Rugby Team

Taichi Yoshizawa
Taichi Yoshizawa

We have received comments from Yoshizawa, representing the two.

【Comments from Yoshizawa】

Thank you for always supporting me. I owe what I am today to those who have supported me because I couldn’t have come so far with my ability alone. So I will try hard to meet your expectations without forgetting the feeling of appreciation. I would appreciate your continued support.

Taichi Yoshizawa

This time, we will give away 6 sets of autographed balls of the two and a case of 500ml Coca-Cola bottles (24 bottles) (Hockey 3, Rugby 3)!

autographed balls
Taichi Yoshizawa

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【Profiles of players】

Hazuki Yuda
Hazuki Yuda

Date of Birth: July 11, 1989
Employment date: Apr 1, 2013
Academic history: Hagoromo Gakuen High School
Home town: Osaka Prefecture

Major accomplishments
Women's senior national team player (CAP87)
2007 U18 Japan national team player
2008 U21 Japan national team player
2014 World Cup (Hague, Netherlands) *10th place
2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) *10th place

Taichi Yoshizawa
Taichi Yoshizawa

Date of Birth: July 18, 1991
Employment date: Apr 1, 2014
Academic history: Shochi Fukaya High School → Rissho University
Home town: Saitama Prefecture

Major accomplishments
Rugby Sevens Japan national team player (CAP11)
2013 The 27th Universiade Championship 2013 (Kazan, Russia) *Plate runners-up (6th place overall)
2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 (San Francisco, USA) *15th place
HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Played in 3 consecutive games (2017, 2018, 2019)