[sumo] Tokitsukaze beya rikishi dies

Sumobaba sumobab at attglobal.net
Thu Jun 28 06:52:52 EDT 2007


Found this on the web from http://www.gaijinpot.com/read_news.php?id=11653

<<Sumo wrestler Tokitaizan dies after collapsing under suspicious
circumstances
1:01pm Thursday, June 28

Professional sumo wrestler Tokitaizan died from heart failure after he
collapsed during practice in Aichi Prefecture, his family said.

Tokitaizan, a native of Niigata Prefecture, was 17. He collapsed during
practice at the Tokitsukaze stable in Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture on Tuesday
afternoon. Doctors declared him dead after he was rushed to a local
hospital.

His body was taken to his home in Niigata on late Tuesday night. After
finding several bruises on his face, the wrestler's relatives asked the
Tokitsukaze stable and police for an explanation about his death.

On Tuesday, the Tokitsukaze stable told the family that Tokitaizan collapsed
during practice.

Earlier on June 17, Tokitaizan left the stable and visited his home in
Niigata, telling his family that he wanted to come home and stay with his
relatives.

Tokitaizan joined the Tokitsukaze stable in April. (Mainichi)>>


 
 
 
 
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-----Original Message-----
From: sumo-bounces at webtrek.com [mailto:sumo-bounces at webtrek.com] On Behalf
Of Scentsashn at aol.com
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 11:47 PM
To: sumo at webtrek.com
Subject: Re: [sumo] Tokitsukaze beya rikishi dies

 
In a message dated 6/27/2007 1:17:51 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
sumo1 at dichne.com writes:

17 year  old Tokitaizan of Tokitsukaze beya who entered in May, has died
suddenly  today. He felt bad and was rushed to a hospital where he was
pronounced  dead.



How terrible! Do they have any idea what the cause is? Had he been ill
recently?
 
Kathy



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