Japan's Ski Jumper Wins Overall World Cup Victory

Japan's ski jumper wins overall World Cup victory

A Japanese athlete has secured an overall victory in the 2018-19 men's Ski Jumping World Cup.

22-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi had been leading the men's individual all-round competition by winning 11 events so far. He faced the large hill in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Sunday.

Japan's Ski Jumper Wins Overall World Cup Victory

Japan's ski jumper wins overall World Cup victory

A Japanese athlete has secured an overall victory in the 2018-19 men's Ski Jumping World Cup.

22-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi had been leading the men's individual all-round competition by winning 11 events so far. He faced the large hill in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Sunday.

Japan's Ski Jumper Wins Overall World Cup Victory

Japan's ski jumper wins overall World Cup victory

A Japanese athlete has secured an overall victory in the 2018-19 men's Ski Jumping World Cup.

22-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi had been leading the men's individual all-round competition by winning 11 events so far. He faced the large hill in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, on Sunday.

Despite Nintendo's Legal Victory, Japan's Faux Mario Kart Continues To Operate

Despite Nintendo's Legal Victory, Japan's Faux Mario Kart Continues To Operate

For those who have visited Tokyo or Osaka, you might be familiar with or have at least seen people dressed in costumes from the Mario franchise driving around the streets in go karts. You could almost be fooled into thinking that this was some kind of official Mario Kart service provided by Nintendo, but it isn’t.

In fact the service has been in operation for a long time now, but it was only last month that the Japan courts ruled in favor of Nintendo. The victory meant that Nintendo had won their claim against the company, MariCar, which would have forced the company to stop their operations, pay damages to Nintendo, and stop using any character likeness from Nintendo franchises. However as it turns out, the company is continuing to operate.

Mahias Takes Stunning Victory In Qatar To Become Worldssp Champion

Mahias Takes Stunning Victory in Qatar to Become WorldSSP ChampionGRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team's Lucas Mahias put in a sensational performance under the floodlights in Qatar at the final round of the season, despite being under immense pressure, to take a superb victory and become the 2017 FIM Supersport World Champion. Only needing to finish in tenth to secure the title, Mahias shook off any nerves he may have been feeling and enjoyed a stunning battle at the front, highlighting his fearless character as he went on to win the race by just 0.023s in an incredible finish to the season. In the process being crowned WorldSSP champion by a margin of 29 points, adding to the Team and Manufacturer titles that the GRT Team and Yamaha had wrapped up at the last round in Magny-Cours to complete the "triple crown'.

Gmt94 Yamaha Kick-off New Season With Stunning Bol D'or Victory

GMT94 Yamaha Kick-off New Season with Stunning Bol d'Or VictoryThe GMT94 Yamaha Official EWC Team has made the best possible start to the 17/18 Endurance World Championship season, taking a determined victory in the first round today, the 81st Bol d'Or at the Circuit Paul Ricard in southern France.  The YART Yamaha Official EWC Team also started the race strongly but were unable to make it through the night, a technical issue forcing retirement in the first hours of the 24hr endurance race.

Yamaha In Contention For Overall Victory After Stage Three Of The Baja Inka Rally

Yamaha In Contention For Overall Victory After Stage Three Of The Baja Inka RallyThe Yamalube Yamaha Official Rally Team put in another strong performance on Saturday during the third and penultimate stage of the 2017 Baja Inka Rally. Two of the team's riders, Franco Caimi and Xavier de Soultrait, finished inside the top three taking second and third respectively. Adrien Van Beveren finished fifth, putting the team in a great position to take the overall win on the final day tomorrow.

Yamaha's Loïc Larrieu Claims Outright Victory At Isde 2017

Yamaha's Loïc Larrieu Claims Outright Victory At ISDE 2017Enjoying a highly successful week of racing, Loïc Larrieu has secured overall individual victory at the 92nd running of the International Six Days Enduro, in Brive, France. The WR450F mounted rider also helped Team France top the World Trophy Team standings while Yamaha Australia's Jessica Gardiner and Jemma Wilson, together with fellow Aussie Tyla Jones, claimed victory in the Women's World Trophy team competition. With Hugo Blanjoue a member of France's winning Junior World Trophy team, there was at least one Yamaha rider on the top step of the podium in each of the event's three main classes.

Pata Yamaha Riders Ready To Fight For Stk1000 Victory In Misano

Pata Yamaha Riders Ready to Fight for STK1000 Victory in MisanoThe Pata Yamaha Official STK1000 Team are raring to go for round five of the 2017 FIM Superstock 1000 European Championship at the picturesque Misano this weekend. Florian Marino will hope to build on his excellent second place last time out at Donington and challenge for the race win. His teammate Roberto Tamburini is looking to return to the podium at his home round, with both riders currently level on points in the championship standings.

Mahias Out For Victory In Misano

Mahias Out for Victory in MisanoThe GRT Yamaha Official WorldSSP Team arrive at Misano for round seven of the 2017 FIM Supersport World Championship this weekend. Championship leader Lucas Mahias is looking to maintain the excellent form that has seen him record five podiums in the last six races, whilst his teammate Federico Caricasulo is hoping to bounce back from his DNF at Donington and get his championship aspirations back on track.