It was thrills and spills to a full house at the Walter Pyramid in Long Beach for the 19th Annual US Sumo Open.
She tore her hamstring off the bone and in half. This will be her first competition since that injury. “I’m really nervous this year because I’m coming off an injury which has affected my wait and my straight”
Japan’s national sport for over 1,500 years will come thundering into town Saturday, May 12 as the world’s sumo wrestlers compete during the 18th annual US Sumo Open at Cal State Long Beach’s (CSULB) Walter Pyramid.
It’s a rare occasion when Southern California locals get to watch world-class sumo champions compete against each other in over 200 matches, all in one day, right here in Long Beach—inside of a giant blue pyramid, to top it all off.
Over 60 athletes from 15 different countries will be competing during the 17th annual US Sumo Open at Cal State Long Beach’s Walter Pyramid on Saturday.