Autumn Basho Results from Day 11 (VIDEO)

Ozeki Takakeisho and sekiwake Shodai earned their ninth wins at the Autumn Grand Sumo Tournament on Wednesday and remain in a four-way tie for the lead.

With four days remaining in the 15-day tournament, the two upper-ranked wrestlers are even with a pair of up-and-comers, No. 8 maegashira Wakatakakage and No. 14 Tobizaru, who also retained their share of first place.

Ozeki Asanoyama and No. 1 Terunofuji each secured winning records on Day 11 at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan to stay in contention for the Emperor’s Cup.

In the day’s penultimate bout, Takakeisho strong-armed No. 5 Takarafuji (6-5) to the edge and shoved him off the raised ring before being pulled down.

Here are all the results from Day 11:

East Kimarite
(Winning Technique)
West
Maegashira #13
Ishiura
(2-2-7)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #12
Kaisei
(5-6)
Maegashira #15
Shohozan
(3-8)
白丸 yorikiri 黒丸
Maegashira #11
Kotoshogiku
(2-6-3)
Maegashira #17
Ichinojo
(6-5)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #10
Kotoeko
(5-6)
Maegashira #10
Sadanoumi
(5-6)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #13
Meisei
(6-5)
Maegashira #14
Tobizaru
(9-2)
白丸 hatakikomi 黒丸
Maegashira #9
Onosho
(8-3)
Maegashira #9
Enho
(3-8)
白丸 hikiotoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #15
Shimanoumi
(4-7)
Maegashira #11
Chiyotairyu
(5-6)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #8
Wakatakakage
(9-2)
Maegashira #8
Tokushoryu
(4-7)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #16
Hoshoryu
(5-6)
Maegashira #12
Kotoshoho
(7-4)
白丸 hikiotoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #7
Aoiyama
(6-5)
Maegashira #2
Hokutofuji
(4-7)
白丸 hatakikomi 黒丸
Maegashira #7
Ryuden
(3-8)
Maegashira #2
Tamawashi
(5-6)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Maegashira #1
Takanosho
(7-4)
Maegashira #1
Terunofuji
(8-3)
白丸 yorikiri 黒丸
Maegashira #3
Myogiryu
(4-7)
Maegashira #4
Tochinoshin
(5-6)
白丸 hatakikomi 黒丸
Komusubi
Endo
(3-8)
Sekiwake
Shodai
(9-2)
白丸 oshitaoshi 黒丸
Maegashira #6
Takayasu
(6-5)
Sekiwake
Daieisho
(4-7)
白丸 oshidashi 黒丸
Maegashira #3
Terutsuyoshi
(3-8)
Maegashira #6
Kagayaki
(6-5)
黒丸 yorikiri 白丸
Sekiwake
Mitakeumi
(7-4)
Maegashira #5
Takarafuji
(6-5)
黒丸 oshidashi 白丸
Ozeki
Takakeisho
(9-2)
Ozeki
Asanoyama
(8-3)
白丸 uwatenage 黒丸
Komusubi
Okinoumi
(3-8)

Source: www.japantimes.co.jp and www.sumo.or.jp

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