Sumo: Mitakeumi stays unbeaten to hold onto lead in Nagoya

Sekiwake Mitakeumi stayed unbeaten Saturday to hold onto the sole lead at the Nagoya Grand Sumo Tournament. Fighting in his ninth-straight tournament among the three “sanyaku” rankings beneath grand c…
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