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Uno delivers a bold reminder that he remains one of the world’s premier skating stars.
Far from being rigid, the flamboyant new manager embodies a fresh sense of style.
The 4-year-old overcame a slow start in the 2,200-meter race to earn her first Japan Racing Association Grade I victory.
The Mongolian grappler is eager to prove he is a dominant force to be reckoned with as a lone yokozuna.
The WBA champion returns to the ring for the first time in two years against a successful, battle-tested opponent.
Both champions won by wide margins over the second-place finishers.
American Vincent Zhou and Japanese teenager Mana Kawabe are both in second place heading into the free skate.
The Mongolian grappler aims to follow up his first win as yokozuna with another title in Fukuoka.
“Everything is improving now and technically spiritual,” Uno said. “The most important thing I have practiced is the quadruple salchow.”