Terunofuji loses for the first time in his debut at the sport’s highest rank.
At the halfway point, the new yokozuna is firmly in control and appears on his way to a 15-0 record.
The Mongolian outmuscles compatriot Ichinojo on the opening day of the Autumn Grand Sumo Tournament.
Fellow yokozuna Hakuho was forced to pull out over COVID-19 protocols.
Despite the loss, Terunofuji almost certain to be promoted to sumo's highest rank.
Team Japan had 338 athletes at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and the last time Tokyo hosted the Olympics in 1964 there were a total...
By beating Takakeisho in a playoff, the 29-year-old Mongolian could be promoted to sumo’s highest rank for the July tournament in Nagoya.
The AlphaTauri driver passed Lance Stroll on the final lap to earn points at the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix.
“Without support from my fans, I would not have made a comeback here, so please continue to support me," Spring Basho winner Terunofuji said.
How much longer will Hakuho and Kakuryu hold off on retirement as injuries take their toll?
Maegashira No. 1 Daieisho completed his title quest with a victory over Okinoumi on the final day of the tournament.
In a year defined by unexpected interruptions to our lives and normal routines due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resilience and determination were character traits that helped...