Starbulletin.com

H A W A I I _ S U M O T O R I

Sumo

Star-Bulletin news services

Tuesday, November 18, 2003


Tochiazuma still
perfect at 10-0


FUKUOKA, Japan >> Tochiazuma beat Musoyama today to remain undefeated and in first place at the Kyushu tournament.

Tochiazuma maintained his one-win advantage over yokozuna Asashoryu, who beat Kyokushuzan (7-3).

Another win back is Chiyotaikai.

Yokozuna Musashimaru, or Hawaii's Fiamalu Penitani, retired from the sport on Saturday.

Day 10

Otsukasa (4-6) def. Wakatoba (5-5)
Jumonji (6-4) def. Takekaze (5-5)
Kasuganishiki (7-3) def. Kotonowaka (7-3)
Tamakasuga (3-7) def. Shimotori (5-5)
Yotsukasa (7-3) def. Buyuzan (2-8)
Dejima (7-3) def. Hokutoriki (7-3)
Kotoryu (5-5) def. Toyozakura (4-6)
Takanowaka (4-6) def. Kinkaiyama (5-5)
Tochisakae (5-5) def. Tokitsuumi (4-6)
Takanonami (4-6) def. Kakizoe (3-7)
Toki (6-4) def. Miyabiyama (3-7)
Tosanoumi (7-3) def. Tamanoshima (6-4)
Asasekiryu (2-8) def. Iwakiyama (2-8)
Wakanosato (5-5) def. Tochinonada (6-4)
Kotomitsuki (2-8) def. Kyokutenho (2-8)
Chiyotaikai (8-2) def. Aminishiki (3-7)
Kaio (7-3) def. Takamisakari (4-6)
Tochiazuma (10-0) def. Musoyama (5-5)
Asashoryu (9-1) def. Kyokushuzan (7-3)




For more sumo information online, try:
Da Kine Sumo E-zine
Grand Sumo Home Page
CyberSumo
Kyodo News Service
--Advertisements--
--Advertisements--


| | | PRINTER-FRIENDLY VERSION
BACK TO TOP

Text Site Directory:
[News] [Business] [Features] [Sports] [Editorial] [Do It Electric!]
[Search] [Subscribe] [Info] [Letter to Editor] [Feedback]
© 2003 Honolulu Star-Bulletin -- http://archives.starbulletin.com


-Advertisement-