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Welcome to the Sumo Mailing List Members Page! This is the official source for information on the members of the Sumo Mailing List.


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Find out more about the Sumo Mailing List
the Sumo Mailing List Archive
and the archive of banzuke data at Banzuke.com
Learn how to submit your profile to this Sumo Fans Page

Click on the name or shikona of a member for a photo and fascinating facts.

Name Shikona Name Shikona Name Shikona
Owen Akamine - Steve Grey Shiawasekiwi Achim Pawelczyk Akinomaki
Jeffrey P.Anderson Gaijingai Lukas Grossmann Ookihito Jack Peacock Casinoshima
Kurtis Araki Tochiaraki The Gunter Beya Taizan Daniel Phillips Tabehodaiyama
Dor Michel Arie Ramakobagai The Gunter Beya Tainoyama Alan Portillo Asahinokuni
H Maximilian Auer Okumurahana Mina Hall - Tom Quinn Bert
Patrick D. Bal Chiyonotora Nashara Hanson Nasharanohana Bruce Rae Oshirokita
Christopher J. Basten Aowanpaka Alexander Herrmann Tamanaogijima K. Scott Reinmuth Myobudani
Kendall Bennett Kaishakunin Rob Hoey Robanoumi Josh Reyer Hananotaka
Magnus Berg Magunoyama Colleen Hunter Marushiki Mathias Rolland Chiyonokitaro
Mary Bickel Hennagaijin Junichi Ishiwata Kawachiumi Catrin Sederström Omus
Chad Brinkman Chabonowaka John Jermanis Hohoho Lars Sederström Hoshihambo
Chris Browne Wimpyama The Kaplan Beya many Artur Seletyn Takatokiri
Michael Buchanan Ookitakora Hans Karlsson Hakaso Ann S. Shaver Knishi
Sonja Buchbauer Chun Li Kajsa Karlsson Uminosuna Phil Sherman Philanomi
Dale Carlson Bobokuni Peter Kaub Puchashuzon ShiroiKuma ShiroiKuma
Kevin L. Carter Kuroshio Kawika Maeden Keri Sibley Hinerikeri
Dan Coury Danjinoumi Jon Kimminau Hotelzensho Meike Sinke Meikenonami
Steve Crichton Obiwankenobi Barbara Ann Klein Babanoshuzan Juhani Sirkiä Kitaseiya
Ken Crouch Kintaro Rowan Klein Wanchanyama Bill Stanford Ishidozan
Tommy Crouch Obana Toshiharu Kobayashi - Thomas Stang -
Deborah Yoyozuna Jan Pieter Kuil Takokichi Jezz Sterling Jejima
Eduardo de Paz Leonishiki Janne Kuil Butanotomo Heron Stone Gendo
Jan de Veen Chijanofuji Joe Kuroda Jonosuke Connie & Kent Strange Kentonotaiko
Moti Dichne Kintamayama The Leader Beya many Siegfried Steurer Wakanozan
Jaime Diez Guerra Asahikai Bandey Lédeczi Nekonishiki Mikael Sundstrom Wakanoruy
Concha F. Purcell Asahikai Scott Light Masanohiro John Szczepanski Peroginishiki
Michael Dineen Sertorishiki Anna-Elisa Liinamo Kitanobara Irene London Takamizu Takanomizu
Neil Dry Yubinhaad Jelena Macan Manekineko Andy Tanis Seigatakaigai
Paul Eckermann Ekigozan Kevin Malone Daninowaka Stephen Thompson Boltono
ElCtrosan Terosan Mikko Mattila Purukumi    
John Ewan Amenokojima Pat McKay Getayukata Frederik Verschueren Fredinishki
John Farrell Oziyoziyozi Mikael Metz Shindoiwa Matt Waggoner Kyojinsaru
Rick Farris Sakurajima Mark Mier Keikai Lucas J. Walter, Jr. Lukahana
Dietmar Feger Feginowaka Missy Misoyama Martin Ward Tengoku
Chuck Finberg Shiyonofuji Stewart Nelson Futoyama Elijah E. Waterman Akaoni
Carl Freire - Alexander Nitschke Doitsuyama Joan Whitten Talknalota
James Gillogly Takanorappa Per-Åke Olsson Pekanohana Robert Wilson Okikuma
Rune Gjavran Kitakaze Mark Opalinski Aikikuyuasa Michelle Wooton Nomihodaiyama
    Larry Paine Sokitumi W.S. Youden Ichinofuji
    Tyler Patocka Debuyama    

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About the Sumo Mailing List:

The Sumo Mailing List is a group of people from around the globe with only one thing in common: we love sumo!! The list is a discussion conducted via e-mail. Topics include basho results, rikishi news, sumo games and any other sumo-related theme you can think of.
If you'd like to join in, send an e-mail to Majordomo@statgen.ncsu.edu and include the words
subscribe sumo
in the body of the message. You'll soon be getting a zillion fascinating messages!

There's just one important rule: if you send a message that concerns results of the current basho, you must include the word "SPOILER" in the subject line. Many members of the group rely on tape-delayed broadcasts of the basho and don't want to hear the results until they see the tape.

The Sumo Mailing List Archive:

An archive of posts to the mailing list can be found at http://www.banzuke.com The archive is searchable, so it's a great place to do research on the topic or contributor you'd like to know more about.

Sumo Banzuke Archive

This site, Banzuke.com, includes over 240 years (yes, YEARS) of Banzuke data on line, back to October 1757. A total of 659 tournaments at this time!

How to be included in this page:

The Sumo Fans page includes members of the Sumo Mailing List. If you're a member and would like to be included, send the biographical data included on the member pages and a photo (jpg or gif format) to sml@sumofans.com

You can e-mail the page owner at sml@sumofans.com

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