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New Banzuke - 2014 Hatsu Basho

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Makuuchi and Juryo rankings for the upcoming basho.

Satoyama (Clapping wildly...)

Harumafuji	Yokozuna	Hakuho
Kisenosato	Ozeki		Kakuryu
Kotoshogiku	Ozeki		-
Goeido		Sekiwake	Kotooshu
Myogiryu	Komusubi	Tochiozan
Toyonoshima	Maegashira 1	Okinoumi
Chiyotairyu	Maegashira 2	Ikioi
Aoiyama		Maegashira 3	Toyohibiki
Aminishiki	Maegashira 4	Takekaze
Shohozan	Maegashira 5	Kyokutenho
Tamawashi	Maegashira 6	Kaisei
Takarafuji	Maegashira 7	Homasho
Kitataiki	Maegashira 8	Tochinowaka
Takayasu	Maegashira 9	Fujiazuma
Sadanofuji	Maegashira 10	Endo
Shotenro	Maegashira 11	Yoshikaze
Gagamaru	Maegashira 12	Chiyootori
Kyokushuho	Maegashira 13	Tokitenku
Kagamio		Maegashira 14	Masunoyama
Tokushoryu	Maegashira 15	Takanoiwa
Osunaarashi	Maegashira 16	Satoyama
Kotoyuki	Maegashira 17	-

Asahisho	Juryo 1		Terunofuji
Tenkaiho	Juryo 2		Chiyoo
Jokoryu		Juryo 3		Azumaryu
Homarefuji	Juryo 4		Wakanosato
Chiyonokuni	Juryo 5		Tamaasuka
Chiyomaru	Juryo 6		Daido
Asasekiryu	Juryo 7		Daikiho
Sotairyu	Juryo 8		Wakakoyu
Tokushinho	Juryo 9		Akiseyama
Yoshiazuma	Juryo 10	Arawashi
Sokokurai	Juryo 11	Kimurayama
Tochihiryu	Juryo 12	Takanoyama
Sakigake	Juryo 13	Sadanoumi
Higonojo	Juryo 14	Seiro
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It's done! Takanoiwa is promoted in makuuchi! Congratulations to him!

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It's done! Takanoiwa is promoted in makuuchi! Congratulations to him!

Yes,yes,yes finally! It took some time but he made it. Hopefully he makes it a bit less exciting in future and gets his kachi koshi some days before Senshuraku.

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Tough luck for Asahisho, but I have to admit I am happy Kotoyuki got to stay in Makuuchi. It will save him from a kyujo drop to Makushita and give him a chance to hopefully fight for his sekitori status in Haru.

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The 2 new makuuchi - both from Mongolia (and the sole new juryo as well), both a first for their heya and both the sole sekitori ever raised, for Kagamiyama-oyakata since taking over the heya in 1996 (the only other rikishi in the heya is makushita Ryusei).
Kagamio with Kagamiyama-oyakata
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http://www.daily.co.jp/newsflash/general/2013/12/24/0006593612.shtml
http://www.sanspo.com/sports/news/20131224/sum13122417500005-n1.html
http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/12/24/kiji/K20131224007262970.html
http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/12/24/kiji/K20131224007260850.html
http://www.jiji.com/jc/zc?k=201312/2013122400323&g=spo&relid2=1_0
http://www.daily.co.jp/newsflash/general/2013/12/24/0006593218.shtml

With his pregnant Mongolian wife: he announced that they had married in August. The first son is expected to be born in January
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http://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2013/12/24/kiji/K20131224007262740.html
http://www.jiji.com/jc/c?g=spo_30&k=2013122400739
http://www.nikkansports.com/sports/sumo/news/f-sp-tp3-20131224-1235532.html

Takanoiwa's dream is to fight a yokozuna.
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The longest time needed to return to makuuchi again now are the 38 basho by Satoyama like reported last basho - the number differs in articles, but the one from the first article I reported was apparently correct.

http://www.sanspo.com/sports/news/20131224/sum13122409090000-n1.html

with first son (6 months) and wife.

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http://373news.com/modules/pickup/index.php?storyid=53615

38 are the basho he wasn't in makuuchi, how the 37 are calculated is not clear.

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The longest time needed to return to makuuchi again now are the 38 basho by Satoyama like reported last basho - the number differs in articles, but the one from the first article I reported was apparently correct.

http://www.sanspo.com/sports/news/20131224/sum13122409090000-n1.html

with first son (6 months) and wife.

20131224D00-IMAG2013122465197_imo_02.jpg

http://373news.com/modules/pickup/index.php?storyid=53615

38 are the basho he wasn't in makuuchi, how the 37 are calculated is not clear.

It will be interesting to watch his perf. IMHO since Nagoya basho his sumo is one of the most spectacular among sekitori.

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38 are the basho he wasn't in makuuchi, how the 37 are calculated is not clear.

He spent 37 basho ranked below makuuchi, meaning his most recent makuuchi appearance was 38 basho ago.
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A couple of gyoji name changes on this banzuke. Newly-promoted Makuuchi gyoji Shikimori Shinnosuke has now taken the name Shikimori Kindayu. And in Juryo, Shikimori Tamasaburo is now Shikimori Shinnosuke.

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New Makuuchi Takanoiwa with the banzuke.

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New Juryo Sakigake with the banzuke.

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Right, I'm off. Merry Christmas everyone! post-2101-0-61285600-1356388336.gif

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38 are the basho he wasn't in makuuchi, how the 37 are calculated is not clear.

He spent 37 basho ranked below makuuchi, meaning his most recent makuuchi appearance was 38 basho ago.

I keep forgetting the cancelled basho - that makes it one less than than I thought.

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