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Rikishi Status Aki 2017 - Day 15 no changes

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Fukurou    335

Day 3, Day 3 Late , Day 5, Day 6, Day 6 Late, Day 7, Day 8, Day 9, Day 11, Day 12 Late, Day 13 ,

Based on information on the NSK website, the followig sekitori rikishi will be absent on Day 1 of the 2017 Aki basho (subject to change). The status of all other rikishi will be revealed in about 24 hours. All divisions are now included in this list.  As always, typo and other corrections are welcome.

Y1e HAKUHO  ( link )
Y1w KISENOSATO  ( link )
Y2w KAKURYU  ( link )
M2w AOIYAMA  ( link )
M12w SADANOUMI  ( link )

Makushita
Ms6e RIKISHIN
Ms41w SHOTENRO

Sandanme
Sd24e KOTOHAYASHI
Sd41w SHINGAKU
Sd43w AMANISHIKI
Sd46w SUZAKU
Sd57e TOCHINOSHIMA
Sd58e SUEKAWA
Sd65e HIROTSUKASA
Sd71e TOKUSHUZAN
Sd79w DAISEIHO
Sd86e HAYATE  ( retired )
Sd86w YOKUYUSEI
Sd93w NARUMI
Sd97e MITSUUCHI
Sd97w HASUGEYAMA

Jonidan
Jd48w KENHO
Jd80w MASUYAMA
Jd96w HOKUSEIKAI
Jd98e TAMASHINRIKI  ( retired )

Jonokuchi
Jk3e FUKUMINATO
Jk3w SAKURAYAMA  ( retired )
Jk4e WAKASEIUN
Jk8e HOKUTOSATO
Jk13e TAGOMARU
Jk15w WAKAINOUE
Jk16e MATSUOKA
Jk23e UNZENDAKE
Jk23w ISHIHARA
Jk24e KOTOSEIGO
Jk25e KAKUTAIKI

 

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WAKATAKE    735

So when was the last time that the previous basho yusho winner and jun-yusho winner went kyujo from day 1?

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Asashosakari    8,528
1 hour ago, WAKATAKE said:

So when was the last time that the previous basho yusho winner and jun-yusho winner went kyujo from day 1?

Twice before, it looks like. The 1991 case had more than one jun-yusho winner though.

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robnplunder    154

Wow, who's gonna take advantage of Yokozuna's absences?   Lots of possibilities here.   Interesting.

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Highway    14

wow. I was looking at the schedule for day 1, and thought no way is that complete, they must still be updating it or something...3 Yokozuna gone and my man Aoiyama :-( I'm gonna have to think about who to root for...Goeido maybe

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Asashosakari    8,528
11 hours ago, Fukurou said:

M2w AOIYAMA

Knee injury sustained in practice yesterday, according to Kasugano-beya's Facebook account.

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Fukurou    335
7 hours ago, robnplunder said:

Wow, who's gonna take advantage of Yokozuna's absences?   Lots of possibilities here.   Interesting.

That was my 2nd reaction. My 1st was "Wow" and my 3rd was sympathy for all the gamers madly scrambling to redo their various line-ups.

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Akinomaki    13,855

First time since abolishment of the kosho system in 2004 that 5 sekitori are kyujo on day 1 (ignoring the yaocho ban basho), last time was Hatsu 2003, y Musashimaru, o Chiyotaikai and Kaio, j Ushiomaru and Tomikaze. http://mainichi.jp/articles/20170909/k00/00m/050/090000c

And of course the first time since the start of Showa (= the start of proper records) that 3 yokozuna are kyujo from the start - called a katazukashi on the fans. http://mainichi.jp/articles/20170908/dde/041/050/057000c

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Asashosakari    8,528

That Hatsu 2003 basho is also the only other one in modern history with 3 full-kyujo Y/O in total.

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robnplunder    154
12 hours ago, Highway said:

I'm gonna have to think about who to root for...Goeido maybe

... and I recommend Ura (KK or bust), Mitakeumi (11+ wins to set up the Ozeki run), Ishiura (see Ura), Hokutofuji (show me more!), Takayasu (yusho or bust), and on and on.  :-)

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Bumpkin    213

What's wrong with Rikishin? Did Shotenro retire?

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chishafuwaku    285
14 hours ago, Fukurou said:

my 3rd was sympathy for all the gamers madly scrambling to redo their various line-ups.

(W00t,w00t,w00t...)(Typingatcomputer...)

chishafuwaku

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Yubinhaad    6,269
15 hours ago, Bumpkin said:

Did Shotenro retire?


Not yet, but it's just been announced that he was granted Japanese citizenship on August 18th, so...


Edit - formally announced in the Official Gazette from that date:

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Kintamayama    17,514
2 hours ago, Yubinhaad said:


Not yet, but it's just been announced that he was granted Japanese citizenship on August 18th, so...


Edit - formally announced in the in the Official Gazette from that date:

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And qualifies for a miyoseki, so probably retired.

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Gurowake    1,393

It took me a little bit to wonder what the hell was going on with the first few lines.  They looked like total gibberish until I realized they were rotated a quarter turn.  I suppose someone fluent in Japanese would pick up on that right away, but me, I really didn't know what to think of the very strange symbols.

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Yatagarasu    26

The absence of the three yokozuna must come as a relief to Goeido and Terunofuji - will make their scramble out of kadoban a bit easier (in theory).  This could be Takayasu's chance if he plays his cards right.  Mitakeumi is getting stronger with each basho though...

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Yubinhaad    6,269

According to the Kataonami-beya website, 31-year-old Tamashinriki retired as of August 14th after a 15-year career. With his departure the heya now has only three rikishi.

Meanwhile, Shikihide-beya reports that Sakurayama has retired for personal reasons.

And as reported at the time, Hayate retired after the Nagoya basho but wasn't on the official list.

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Asashosakari    8,528
On 9.9.2017 at 16:10, Yubinhaad said:


Not yet, but it's just been announced that [Shotenro] was granted Japanese citizenship on August 18th, so...
 

Naturalized name 松平 翔 Matsudaira Shō.

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Bumpkin    213

Day 3: Withdrawals

Ms14w Kiribayama

Ms22w Sasakiyama

Sd100e Tokikaze

Jd82w Tsuyasato

Jk11e Fukuda

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Fukurou    335

DAY 3

Withdrawing from the tournament:

Ms14w KIRIBAYAMA (0-1)
Ms22w SASAKIYAMA (0-1)

Sd100e TOKIKAZE (1-0)

Jd82W TSUYASATO (0-1)

Jk11e FUKUDA (0-1)

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