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Saturday, November 22, 2003


Tochiazuma,
Asashoryu
remain tied


FUKUOKA, Japan >> Tochiazuma and Asashoryu remain tied heading into the final day of the Kyushu tournament.

The two will wrestle today in the tournament's final match, with the winner taking the title.

Tochiazuma defeated Kaio today and Asashoryu beat Chiyotaikai to improve to 12-2.

Dejima is alone in second place at 11-3.

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


Day 14


Winner
Loser
Toyozakura (6-8) Ushiomaru (10-4)
Takanowaka (6-8) Jumonji (7-7)
Tochisakae (7-7) Tamakasuga (5-9)
Kakizoe (7-7) Otsukasa (5-9)
Hokutoriki (10-4) Yotsukasa (8-6)
Dejima (11-3) Kotoryu (7-7)
Takekaze (8-6) Kinkaiyama (6-8)
Wakatoba (7-7) Tokitsuumi (7-7)
Shimotori (7-7) Takanonami (5-9)
Buyuzan (4-10) Aminishiki (4-10)
Tamanoshima (9-5) Kasuganishiki (8-6)
Tosanoumi (9-5) Toki (8-6)
Kotomitsuki (5-9) Asasekiryu (3-11)
Takamisakari (5-9) Tochinonada (8-6)
Iwakiyama (5-9) Miyabiyama (5-9)
Wakanosato (7-7) Kyokutenho (3-11)
Musoyama (8-6) Kyokushuzan (8-6)
Tochiazuma (12-2) Kaio (9-5)
Asashoryu (12-2) Chiyotaikai (10-4)



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