Gran Turismo Sport Out Today

Gran Turismo Sport Out Today

The wait is over — Gran Turismo Sport is finally here!

Built from the ground up for PS4, GT Sport is Polyphony’s most ambitious undertaking as it utilizes the latest form of technologies to deliver a true “Real Driving Simulator.” We can’t wait for our GT fans to start racing this week

Baseball: Higashihama Returns To Start Game 1 Against Eagles

Baseball: Higashihama returns to start Game 1 against Eagles

SoftBank Hawks right-hander Nao Higashihama will return to active duty on Wednesday after three weeks on the sidelines to start Game 1 of the Pacific League Climax Series.

Higashihama tied for the Pacific League lead with 16 wins, but hasn't pitched on the first team since Sept. 23 due to lower back stiffness. In the meantime, however, he has been tuning up in instructional league games.

Baseball: Baystars Blast Past Tigers Into Playoffs Final Stage

Baseball: BayStars blast past Tigers into playoffs final stage

Joe Wieland allowed a run in seven innings to earn the win as the DeNA BayStars beat the Hanshin Tigers 6-1 on Tuesday to advance to the final stage of the Central League Climax Series.

Wieland, who was pitching his third game this year at the Tigers' ballpark, historic Koshien Stadium, was 2-0 here during the season. He went to the mound in the bottom of the first with a 3-0 lead. The right-hander gave up seven hits and a walk, while striking out three.

Figure Skating: Tanaka Injures Pelvic Muscle, To Miss Rostelecom Cup

Figure skating: Tanaka injures pelvic muscle, to miss Rostelecom Cup

Japanese figure skater Keiji Tanaka injured a muscle in his right hip-pelvic area and will withdraw from the upcoming Rostelecom Cup in Moscow, the Japan Skating Federation said Monday.

Tanaka was told by doctors he would need three weeks to recover, and his absence leaves Yuzuru Hanyu as the only Japanese competing in men's singles at the Grand Prix series opener scheduled on Friday and Saturday.

Baseball: Kishi, Eagles Stop Lions Force Game 3

Baseball: Kishi, Eagles stop Lions force Game 3

Takayuki Kishi returned to MetLife Dome with a vengeance on Sunday, holding his old team scoreless into the seventh inning as the Rakuten Eagles beat the Seibu Lions 4-1 to even their playoff series 1-1.

Having left the Lions as a free agent over the winter to sign with his hometown team, Kishi knew first-hand how hard it would be to shut down Nippon Professional Baseball's most potent offense. Needing a win in the best-of-three Climax Series first stage after suffering a 10-0 beating on Saturday, Kishi was determined to throw strikes and challenge hitters.

Rugby: Defending Champs Suntory Steal Victory From Jaws Of Defeat

Rugby: Defending champs Suntory steal victory from jaws of defeat

Suntory Sungoliath showed why they are defending Japan Rugby Top League champions Sunday as they fought back to beat Toyota Verblitz 32-31 at Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium.

Trailing 31-13 with 20 minutes to go, Keisuke Sawaki's side drew on all their experience, and tries from Daishi Murata, Yutaka Nagare and Koji Iino gave them a one-point advantage with five minutes to play.

Horse Racing: Deirdre Wins Last Filly's Triple Crown Race In Shuka-sho

Horse racing: Deirdre wins last filly's triple crown race in Shuka-sho

Third choice Deirdre stormed to victory in the Shuka-sho on Sunday, capturing the final jewel in the filly's triple crown under yielding conditions at Kyoto Racecourse.

Jockey Christophe Lemaire, who rode to his fourth Grade One victory of the season, was singing in the rain after steering Deirdre to her maiden G1 title in their first partnership.

Baseball: Otani Should Be Ready To Play In 3 Months Following Surgery

Baseball: Otani should be ready to play in 3 months following surgery

Slugging ace pitcher Shohei Otani should be fit to pitch and hit without any restrictions in about three months, the Nippon Ham Fighters said Wednesday.

Otani is expected to move to the majors via the posting system following the end of Nippon Professional Baseball's season. The PL's MVP in 2016, when he was voted the circuit's top pitcher and its top designated hitter, Otani appeared in just 65 games this past season.

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport In Australia From First Quarter

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport in Australia from first quarter

The 2018 Suzuki Swift Sport has been confirmed for the Australian market, with the company’s local arm expecting its new hot hatch in the first quarter of 2018.

Sitting above the current GLX Turbo flagship, the Swift Sport is powered by a 1.4-litre ‘Boosterjet’ turbocharged petrol engine, developing 103kW of power and 250Nm of torque – a 70Nm leap over its predecessor.

2018 Lexus Nx F Sport Body Kit From Trd Japan

2018 Lexus NX F SPORT Body Kit from TRD Japan

TRD Japan has announced a body kit for the freshly updated 2018 Lexus NX 300 & NX 300h — here are both the standard and Black editions:

Broken down, the set is a front spoiler, side skirts, plus a combination sports muffler & rear defuser. A set of 19-inch forged aluminum wheels are also available:

Olympic Stadium Worker's Suicide Caused By Mental Illness Due To Excessive Overtime

Olympic stadium worker's suicide caused by mental illness due to excessive overtime

The suicide of a 23-year-old man who was overseeing construction at the new National Stadium in Tokyo has officially been recognized as a work-related incident, which resulted from mental illness brought on by excessive overtime, it was learned on Oct. 10.

The decision, which was finalized by Tokyo's Shinjuku Labor Standards Inspection Office on Oct. 6, was made public by the bereaved family's lawyer, Hiroshi Kawahito.

Tennis: Osaka Knocks Out Venus In Straight Sets In Hong Kong

Tennis: Osaka knocks out Venus in straight sets in Hong Kong

Naomi Osaka stunned world No. 5 Venus Williams in straight sets in the second round of the Hong Kong Open on Wednesday.

It was No. 64 Osaka's first victory over the former top-ranked 37-year-old Williams, who had won their only past meeting at Wimbledon this year in the round of 32.

Japan Leak 3 Vs Haiti Before Kagawa Equalizes

Japan leak 3 vs Haiti before Kagawa equalizes

Shinji Kagawa spared Japan's blushes with an injury-time equalizer as Vahid Halilhodzic's side drew 3-3 to Haiti in a friendly on Tuesday evening.

The three goals were the most conceded by Japan under Halilhodzic, and the first since October 2014 when they were thrashed 4-0 by Brazil in Singapore.