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Musashimaru toppled Akebono when they met on day 13 of the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament in 1998. See story.

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Hawai'i's sumo pipeline is nearly dry
The retirement of Chad Rowan (yokozuna Akebono) leaves Fiamalu Penitani as the only active Hawai'i sumotori, the last link in a chain of contributions to the sport stretching more than 35 years.
Waimanalo awaits return of sumo star

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Hawai'i signs junior college linebacker
Fulfilling a need to boost its defense, the University of Hawai'i football team yesterday signed a junior college linebacker from Carson, Calif.
These athletes finally have a reason to cheer
Cheerleading, officially pep squads, was officially sanctioned as a sport by O'ahu's two high school leagues effective this year. Varsity and junior varsity championships are being held.
Cheerleaders finally recognized as athletes
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Senior Skins Game goes Island-hopping
The 2001 Senior Skins Game will be played Saturday and Sunday at Wailea's Gold Course, after 11 years at Mauna Lani on the Big Island. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Hale Irwin will golf for $600,000.
Rainbow baseball team sports new look
A new look is part of the end of an era in University of Hawai'i baseball. The Rainbows will open the 2001 season with a three-game series against Sacramento State starting Thursday.
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Brigham Young-Hawai'i edges Chaminade, 98-90
Senior Kahi Villa scored 11 of his career-high 15 points in the second half to help Brigham Young-Hawai'i hold off Chaminade, 98-90, in a Pacific West Conference men’s basketball game.
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As usual, only thing missing was Tiger
When the PGA Tour announced plans to start its season with back-to-back events in Hawai'i, the expectation was we’d be seeing more of Tiger Woods. But in the first three years of the Sony Open in Hawai'i, sport's foremost drawing card is 0-for-the Open.
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