Top Sports Stories in Japan… (July 9)

9 07 2007

Rin Suzuki

Humid, humid, humid.

Today’s top stories in sports, in Japan…

A wrap-up of Asian Cup matches, and a discussion on Sumo to follow later today/tomorrow…

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Top Sports Stories in Japan… (July 2)

2 07 2007

girl-in-blue.jpgToday’s top stories in sports within Nippon news…





Stop. Hammertime!

1 07 2007

hammer-man.jpgThe big man of Japanese sport, Koji Murofushi again dominated the National Athletics titles, winning the Men’s Hammer title for a record 13th straight year at Osaka’s Nagai Stadium with a throw of 79.24m (260 feet). The win broke the tie he had set with his father Shigenobu, who had won 12 national titles!

Murofushi had delayed starting his national season due to completing his doctoral thesis on biomechanics of the hammerthrow, at Chuo University. Last week he achieved completion, and (the soon-to-be) Doctor stated that he would be ready for the World Championships – which he qualifies for with an ‘A standard’ performance at this National Titles.


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