It’s almost here! In just a few hours the Haru Basho will kick off, and after a long break, sumo will finally be back. As always, here are my scorecards for those of you who enjoy following along at home! Also, if there is any interest in a Juryo Division scorecard please let me know and I’d be happy to make one up.
Hello sumo fans! In just a few days the Kokugikan will be bustling with long-awaited sumo action, and everyone on Team Tachiai is gearing up for another two weeks of exciting coverage. As always, here are the scorecards for the 2019 Hatsu Basho. You will notice that like the banzuke, I have included Takanoiwa on the scorecard, but his section has been changed to reflect his non-participation. I have also included one for the Juryo Division and a shorter stable card for those who want to keep track of your favourite rikishi this January. Here’s hoping Hatsu continues the trend of exhilarating, unpredictable tournaments!
Sumo fans rejoice, the sport of giants is just a few days away!! Not only am I stoked for the return of sumo, but I’m also excited to celebrate a little anniversary this November. It’s hard for me to believe it, but it’s been one year since I started making scorecards for this wonderful site. As always, here are the full banzuke scorecards for those of you who enjoy keeping track of every win and loss in the top division, along with the smaller stable card version.
Better a bit late than never, here are the scorecards for the 2018 Aki Basho. The September tournament is just one day away, and with several big names like Kisenosato and Tochinoshin set to compete, Aki is looking like yet another addition to a list of great Basho this year.
With the beginning of the Nagoya just a few hours away, here is the official Tachiai Scorecard for the 2018 Nagoya Basho. I’ve also included the Stable Card for those who looking to track the progress of their favorite rikishi. Here’s hoping for another great Basho!