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Day 15 results, yusho and sansho

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Some comments to follow later since I have no time.

Day 15

Juryo

J12e   Chiyohakuho (7-8)   tsukidashi	 Ms2w   Ikioi (3-4)
J8e	Tosanoumi (4-11)	oshidashi	  Ms3e   Aoiyama (3-4)
J7w	Takarafuji (9-6)	tsukiotoshi	J9w	Sadanoumi (8-7)
J10e   Tochinowaka (11-4)  oshidashi	  J7e	Kakizoe (7-8)
J8w	Tamanoshima (9-6)   hatakikomi	 J6w	Hochiyama (6-9)
J6e	Kaisei (11-4)	   yorikiri	   J13e   Akiseyama (8-7)
J5w	Masatsukasa (8-7)   oshidashi	  J13w   Tsurugidake (7-8)
J5e	Kyokunankai (10-5)  yorikiri	   J9e	Sakaizawa (10-5)
J4e	Asofuji (6-9)	   oshidashi	  J14w   Ryuho (4-11)
J14e   Jumonji (4-11)	  yorikiri	   J3w	Wakatenro (6-9)
J12w   Daido (9-6)		 uwatenage	  J3e	Hoshikaze (5-10)
J2w	Sadanofuji (5-10)   oshidashi	  J11w   Masunoyama (6-9)
J1w	Shironoryu (6-9)	oshidashi	  J10w   Tamaasuka (4-11)
J11e   Takayasu (11-4)	 hatakikomi	 J1e	Wakakoyu (10-5)

Makuuchi

M16w   Okinoumi (8-7)	  shitatenage	J4w	Toyohibiki (11-4)
J2e	Toyozakura (9-6)	tsukiotoshi	M13w   Tochinonada (6-9)
M15w   Kasugao (5-10)	  kotenage	   M12w   Bushuyama (3-12)
M12e   Takamisakari (8-7)  yoritaoshi	 M11e   Mokonami (7-8)
M14e   Goeido (12-3)	   sotogake	   M10w   Tosayutaka (9-6)
M10e   Gagamaru (9-6)	  oshidashi	  M16e   Shotenro (9-6)
M14w   Miyabiyama (9-6)	hatakikomi	 M8w	Shimotori (6-9)
M7w	Kimurayama (5-10)   oshidashi	  M11w   Tokitenku (8-7)
M7e	Kotokasuga (5-10)   sukuinage	  M15e   Koryu (8-7)
M9e	Kyokutenho (9-6)	yorikiri	   M6w	Tokusegawa (8-7)
M13e   Sokokurai (6-9)	 yorikiri	   M6e	Kokkai (4-11)

M3w	Kitataiki (5-10)	yorikiri	   M5w	Wakanosato (5-10)
M5e	Yoshikaze (8-7)	 kirikaeshi	 M2w	Asasekiryu (6-9)
M2e	Aminishiki (8-7)	hikiotoshi	 M3e	Homasho (7-8)
M1w	Kotoshogiku (9-6)   oshidashi	  M8e	Tamawashi (9-6)
M9w	Toyonoshima (14-1)  oshitaoshi	 M1e	Kisenosato (10-5)
K1w	Tochinoshin (6-9)   yorikiri	   M4e	Hakuba (4-11)
M4w	Takekaze (6-9)	  hikiotoshi	 K1e	Aran (4-11)
S1e	Tochiozan (7-8)	 hikiotoshi	 S1w	Kakuryu (7-8)
O2w	Kaio (12-3)		 tottari		O1w	Baruto (11-4)
Y1e	Hakuho (14-1)	   uwatenage	  O1e	Kotooshu (8-7)

Yusho Playoffs

Juryo

J4w	Toyohibiki		  oshidashi	  J11e   Takayasu
J6e	Kaisei			  yorikiri	   J10e   Tochinowaka
J6e	Kaisei			  yoritaoshi	 J4w	Toyohibiki

Makuuchi

Y1e	Hakuho			  okurinage	  M9w	Toyonoshima

List of Yusho

Makuuchi:  Hakuho (17th)
Juryo:	 Kaisei (1st)
Makushita: Myogiryu
Sandanme:  Aozora
Jonidan:   Fujita
Jonokuchi: Hokutokuni

List of Sansho:
Gino-sho:   Toyonoshima (3rd)
Shukun-sho: Kisenosato (3rd)
Kanto-sho:  Toyonoshima (3rd)

Edited by Doitsuyama

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i cannot tell for sure, but i guess on nhk they said

shukun-sho: kisenosato

gino-sho: toyonoshima

kanto-sho: toyonoshima

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Jonokuchi - Hokutokuni

Since Nagoya 2009 he has had ONE bout. He was ranked at Makushita 5, then missied 9 basho (except the one match) and dropped off the banzuke. He comes back on the bottom of the banzuke and wins the yusho. Most kids would have quit with an injury (I am assuming it was injury) that keeps them off the dohyo so long. Hats off to his persisitence.

But now the questions:

When a rikisihi (especially low raniking) is out for 9 basho, does he stay at the heya? or return home to recover? If he stayed at the heya, he has certainly become the best chanko nabe cook ever! Does anyone know what his injury was? And does anyone know why he didn't quit?

It will be interesting to see how high the rest of his career takes him.

-shimodahito...

p.s. I really enjoyed all the kettei-sen this basho!!!! Four divisions, including the top......

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Great basho! (Yusho winner...)

Happy for Toyonoshima, but i think Hakuho was just better. Next basho Kisenosato and Kotoshogiku as Sekiwake ; Tochiozan and Kakuryu as Komusubi; and Toyonoshima as M1e?

And is Kaisei yusho enough for promotion to Makuuchi? I think not enough. I think Wakakoyu and Toyozakura are sure for promotion, but is j4w Toyohibiki 10-4 better than j6e Kaisei yusho with 10-4?

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When a rikisihi (especially low raniking) is out for 9 basho, does he stay at the heya? or return home to recover?

He stays at the heya (normally).

Does anyone know what his injury was?

An injury to the wrist that required surgery.

And does anyone know why he didn't quit?

I don't know for sure, but the most plausible reason is, that he still sees a carreer in Ozumo ahead of him.

Furthermore, he entered after middle school, so he can't rely on a higher education degree. And without neither a degree nor a fixed job opportunity, I also wouldn't quit Sumo (at least you'll have food, accommodation, a small allowance and clothing).

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Great basho! (Yusho winner...)

Happy for Toyonoshima, but i think Hakuho was just better. Next basho Kisenosato and Kotoshogiku as Sekiwake ; Tochiozan and Kakuryu as Komusubi; and Toyonoshima as M1e?

And is Kaisei yusho enough for promotion to Makuuchi? I think not enough. I think Wakakoyu and Toyozakura are sure for promotion, but is j4w Toyohibiki 10-4 better than j6e Kaisei yusho with 10-4?

Surely Toyonoshima's 14-1 is enough to give him a sanyaku spot. Kakuryu should make way for him.

I agree Kaisei's unlikely to get promotion. It'll be Wakakoyu, Toyozakura (yet again!) and Toyohibiki replacing Hokutoriki, Kasugao and Bushuyama IMO.

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