Sumo: Kakuryu in pole position as Tochinoshin moves up

After two straight championships, yokozuna Kakuryu sits atop the rankings for the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament that the Japan Sumo Association published Monday. While the 32-year-old Mongolian goes for a grand tournament title hat-trick, much of the …
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