Soccer: Kashima Rebound From Acl Exit, Give New Boss Oiwa Winning Start

Soccer: Kashima rebound from ACL exit, give new boss Oiwa winning start

Leandro struck twice as Kashima Antlers bounced back from their midweek Asian Champions League exit, beating struggling Sanfrecce Hiroshima 3-1 away in the J-League on Sunday in their first match under new manager Go Oiwa.

Atsutaka Nakamura opened the scoring for the reigning champions on 14 minutes at Edion Stadium and then set up Leandro for the second before the Brazilian midfielder made it 3-0 just before the break.

Baseball: Tanaka's Rough Start Dooms Yankees In Series Finale

Baseball: Tanaka's rough start dooms Yankees in series finale

Masahiro Tanaka failed to post a win for the fourth time in as many starts as the New York Yankees were defeated by the Baltimore Orioles 10-4 in the three-game series finale on Wednesday.

Tanaka (5-5), whose last win came on May 8 against the Cincinnati Reds, struggled with his control and gave up seven runs and nine hits while striking out four and walking two in 5-2/3 innings of work at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Soggy Start To Le Mans Weekend For Movistar Yamaha Motogp

Soggy Start to Le Mans Weekend for Movistar Yamaha MotoGPThe Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team riders started their quests at the Grand Prix de France today with the first free practice sessions, ahead of Sunday's race. Valentino Rossi showed a solid pace in the mixed conditions and landed eighth place in the combined session times, slightly ahead of teammate Maverick Viñales, who posted the tenth fastest time.

Nissan To Start Making Parts For Its Most Iconic Performance Models

Nissan To Start Making Parts For Its Most Iconic Performance Models

If you’re the owner of a classic Nissan performance car then today is your lucky day as the Japanese marque has announced that it will start producing a number of parts for its most iconic models.

Drive Tribe reports that Nissan will set up a Heritage Parts Program through its Nismo division in the near future and begin churning out any spare parts enthusiasts may need, inevitably hurting aftermarket suppliers but finally providing owners with brand new OEM parts that will fit and function perfectly.

U.s-bound 2018 Toyota Yaris To Start At $15,635

U.S-Bound 2018 Toyota Yaris To Start At $15,635

Pricing details have been announced for the 2018 Toyota Yaris in the U.S., not long after the updated range was announced in the UK and Europe.

As you’ll immediately notice, the new Yaris looks quite a bit more modern than the previous car, and includes a comprehensively modified exterior. Among the most obvious styling modifications is a more dynamic grille with chrome accents, and different headlights and taillights.

Promising Start To The European Championships For Astes4-tesar Emx250 & Mjc Yamaha Emx125

Promising Start to the European Championships for ASTES4-TESAR EMX250 & MJC Yamaha EMX125Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, hosted the second round of the highly competitive European Championship EMX250 which saw ASTES4-TESAR Yamaha Offical EMX250's Nick Kouwenberg shower the team in champagne after finishing both races inside the top three, for his first podium finish of the season - third. Teammate and fellow YZ250F rider Karlis Sãbulis showed potential in the first race with a solid fifth place finish but a big crash in the second race left him out of the points which dropped him back to fourteenth overall for the weekend. Both riders still remain inside the top five in the championship standings with Kouwenberg occupying fourth and Sãbulis fifth.

Tests To Start On Radioactive Soil For Use In Reconstruction

Tests to start on radioactive soil for use in reconstruction

MINAMI-SOMA, Fukushima Prefecture--The Environment Ministry is exploring the idea of reusing tons of radioactive soil as gravel to rebuild infrastructure in this disaster-stricken prefecture and beyond.

To gauge the feasibility of the project, it will conduct tests on whether contaminated soil can be securely contained without spillage while controlling the level of radioactivity.

Suga On Start Of Okinawa Base Construction

Suga on start of Okinawa base construction

Japan's top government spokesman has welcomed the start of full-scale work to build a US base to replace the US Marine Corps Futenma Air Station, both in Okinawa Prefecture.

Yoshihide Suga told reporters on Tuesday that it is a major step toward the full return of the Futenma base, which is located in a densely-populated area.

Govt. To Start Seawall Construction For Us Base

Govt. to start seawall construction for US base

Japan's Defense Ministry plans to start a new phase of works to relocate a US military base within the southern prefecture of Okinawa despite local opposition.

Ministry sources say that if weather permits, the Okinawa bureau will start constructing seawalls on Tuesday to surround an area where an alternative facility for the US Marine Corps Futenma Air Station will be built.

Motogp: Assertive Start For Movistar Yamaha In Austin

MotoGP: Assertive Start for Movistar Yamaha in AustinThe Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team showed competitive form on the first day of the Grand Prix of The Americas. Maverick Viñales rode his YZR-M1 to the top of the FP1 time sheet and secured third place in the afternoon session. Valentino Rossi took a little bit more time to get a feel for the Circuit of The Americas (COTA), ultimately wrapping up the day in fourth place in the combined standings.

Yamato, Dena Start On-demand Delivery Trial

Yamato, DeNA start on-demand delivery trial

Jiji Press TOKYO (Jiji Press) —Yamato Transport Co. and e-commerce and mobile game operator DeNA Co. on Monday started a trial of a new service that allows customers to receive parcels at a place and time designated by them.

Assuming a society where autonomous driving is common, the two companies aim to utilize results obtained from the experiment to realize unmanned parcel delivery services in the future.