Page updated July 10 2024
(July 03) Posted first version of July Basho banzuke ranking
(July 10) Updated Nagoya rikishi height and weight “scatter chart” (corrected Kotozkura Ozeki rank).

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Added the Pink’s Concert List, below. Not related to Sumo, but I had fun creating it. I was born in the early 1950s. I had the enthusiasm and the luck to be in places where I could see a lot of popular music events. I think I remember them all. Here’s my list:

Pink’s Concert List      Updated 2023/06/26. I have a few friends that laugh at my puny list…



Home of the three-basho Sumo Scorecard! 

Click the image or links below to download the chart. The chart includes
* the MARCH 2024 OSAKA basho results
* the MAY 2024 TOKYO basho results
* the JULY 2024 NAGOYA basho banzuke ranking

Click the PURPLE JPG  or PURPLE PDF text below the example image to view/download the chart. PC users can right-click the purple text to “Save As” either chart. Some browsers don’t do a good job of displaying the JPG (poor colors). In this case, I recommend downloading the PDF version of the chart. 

Clicking on the example image will open the latest Three Basho JPG chart in your browser.

********************** Three (3) Basho Chart (Rev 1 June 30, 2024)

Basho Results March 2024/May 2024/July ranking    Save As JPG

Basho Results March 2024/May 2024/July ranking    Save As PDF


Consecutive Makuuchi Banzuke Appearances (as of March 2024)

are now part of the ranking chart.

********************** Height versus Weight “scatter” chart

UPDATED JULY 1, 2024! Height/Weight/Rank is for the  JULY Nagoya 2024  banzuke competitors.

Fighters promoted from Juryo have a GREEN dot.

Please let me know about any errors.









Sorry, I’m having problems uploading the JPG version of this chart. For now, it’s PDF only.

Current Rikishi, Height vs Weight (July 2024) Download JPG

Current Rikishi, Height vs Weight (July 2024) Download PDF

********************** All Yusho Champions *Last 30 years* Height versus Weight “scatter” chart


I thought Ichinojo was close to the largest fighter. My memory failed me.

Notice Akebono, Mushashimaru and Konishiki (!!) on this chart.

Makuuchi Champions (1991-2021) , Height vs Weight Save As JPG

Makuuchi Champions (1991-2021), Height vs Weight Download PDF




In July, I strung together 15 tournament results to make one VERY WIDE chart.

The chart starts with the results of the November Kyushu 2017 basho and ends with the banzuke for the

cancelled May 2020 tournament. I want to update this chart, but it a daunting task.

The links for the 15 basho chart are below the links for the three basho chart.

********************** Fifteen (15) Basho Chart
Basho Results-November 2017 through March 2020 plus the  banzuke ranking for May 2020 (Natsu Tokyo)   Download JPG
Basho Results-November 2017 through March 2020 plus the  banzuke ranking for May 2020 (Natsu Tokyo)   Save As PDF
**********************Notes about Sumo and the charts

Note: The “special prizes” are shown for completed tournaments. That’s the Shukun-Sho (Outstanding Performance Award), the Kanto-Sho (Fighting Spirit Prize) and the Gino-Sho (Technique Prize) . These are not always given out.

Notes about the rankings: After the end of a basho, I post the results for the last three tournaments. This chart stays posted for about six weeks. About two weeks before the start of the next basho, a ranking of the competitors (rikishi) will be released by the Japan sumo elders–the new “banzuke”. I will release a new chart at this point, which shows the last two completed tournaments plus the banzuke ranking of the rikishi for the new tournament. The chart will show that in the new ranking, some rikishi from the last tournament have been demoted from the top level competition (Makuuchi) to the second level competition (Juryo). An equal number of rikishi that excelled in the last Juryo level competition are promoted to Makuuuchi for the upcoming basho. These promotions and demotions are noted with horizontal bars on the charts. The chart also shows Makuuchi tournament winners, along with prizes and possibly “Kadoban” status for Ozeki. I tried to make this chart 100% accurate, but errors may exist.

Errors/comments can be reported to

Use the zoom in/out feature of viewing program to adjust the chart height to match the height of your screen. Then use the horizontal slider on the program to move earlier and later in the chart.

Fred Pinkerton, Massachusetts/Georgia USA