As you know, the World Sumo Championships 2019 ended a few weeks ago. Although Team USA didn't quite live up to their hopes and dreams, they nevertheless put in a good fight. I hope to finally be able to provide recaps of Team USA's performance at the World Sumo Championships 2019 within the next few... Continue Reading →
The World Sumo Championships 2019 occurred last weekend. Although the event had some logistical issues due to a typhoon, it was still very exciting to watch. Many of our North American competitors did very well, but none were more exciting to watch than Roy Sims and Mariah Holmes. Roy made it to the final bracket... Continue Reading →
SPOILER - I will be continuously updating this page with World Sumo Championship results. Don't read if you don't want it spoiled! Also, the stream is low-quality with very little audio. I am trying by best to understand what is going on, but it is difficult at times. Men's Team - In the first round,... Continue Reading →
I based the date that I have been claiming for the World Sumo Championships 2019 on a document shared ages ago, and it must have changed since then. Thanks to /u/rulesofthetrade1 on Reddit.com/r/sumo for making me aware of this issue!
Several weeks ago, I posted a recap of the Fitcon2019 Sumo Cup. It was a wonderful tournament, and I was blessed to have Casey Burns and Cornelius Booker provide so much video from the event. I mentioned in my prior post that I would make a second post featuring more footage from the event. Unfortunately,... Continue Reading →
I just saw in a series of tweets by Inside Sport Japan (@InsideSportJP) that the Sumo World Championships 2019 are moving from Hawaii, USA to Osaka, Japan. I still don't know the reason, but I am sure that more information will come out in the near future. Tweets here: https://twitter.com/InsideSportJP/status/1135409021316243456 https://twitter.com/InsideSportJP/status/1135458546135343104
For weeks beforehand, I had been hearing rumblings that Kelly Gneiting was organizing a sumo tournament to gather some of the best amateur sumo wrestlers from around America - and even the world - to take place sometime between the US Sumo Open and the World Sumo Championships. I got to say, it seems that... Continue Reading →
The US Sumo Open 2019 concluded last weekend, and it was quite the event! There were upsets but also dominant performances; there were lopsided matches but also very close contests; there were regulars winning medals but also newcomers winning medals. Most of all, it was a lot of fun! All the competitors should be proud... Continue Reading →
For those who want to watch the US Sumo Open live, here is the livestream link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsFTo_Uah9g . The prelims start now, and the finals begin at 1:00 PM Pacific Time.
The US Sumo Nationals 2019 were held at the St. Joseph Civic Arena in Northwest Missouri last Saturday (2.9.2019), and it was quite the event! I was extremely impressed with the depth of talent in each weightclass, as very few had an overwhelming favorite. Also, there were many compelling storylines throughout the day, leaving a... Continue Reading →