10-year-old Go Pro Becomes Youngest To Win Match

10-year-old Go pro becomes youngest to win match

A 10-year-old Japanese girl has become the youngest professional player ever to win a match in an official "Go" tournament.

Sumire Nakamura became the youngest professional player of the board game Go in April, shortly after her 10th birthday.

Female Go Prodigy To Become Youngest Professional

Female Go prodigy to become youngest professional

A 10-year-old Japanese girl is set to become the youngest professional player of the Asian board game "Go" next month.

At a ceremony in Tokyo on Tuesday, Sumire Nakamura from Osaka and 12 others received their "sho-dan" licenses, the lowest professional rank. The players turn professional on April 1.

Nine-year-old To Become Youngest Go Professional

Nine-year-old to become youngest Go professional

A nine-year-old Japanese girl is set to become the youngest professional player of the Asian board game "Go."

The Japan Go Association, or Nihon Ki-in, officially decided at a board meeting on Saturday to induct Sumire Nakamura from the city of Osaka as a professional under a special quota for gifted young amateurs.

Toyota: Bates Becomes Youngest Arc Round Winner

Toyota: Bates Becomes Youngest Arc round WinnerToyota's Harry Bates has turned into the most youthful winning driver in Australian Rally Championship history by taking out Victoria's Eureka Rally, the opening round of the 2017 season.
Bates, 22, from Canberra and co-driver John McCarthy in the Toyota Genuine Parts Corolla were a piece of a three-route duel more than two days and 18 aggressive stages totalling 220km around Ballarat.

Teen Abe Youngest To Win World Judo Tour Event

Teen Abe youngest to win world judo tour eventSixteen-year-old Uta Abe beat Amandine Buchard of France in the final of the women’s 52-kilogram division at the Dusseldorf Grand Prix on Friday in Germany, making her the youngest judoka in history to capture a world tour event.

Ex-foreign Ministry Official To Become Japan's Youngest Mayor At 28

Ex-Foreign Ministry official to become Japan's youngest mayor at 28A 28-year-old former Foreign Ministry official is set to become the youngest mayor in Japan after beating the 61-year-old incumbent in an election in Osaka Prefecture on Sunday.
Shuhei Azuma will assume office as mayor of Shijonawate in the western Japan prefecture on Friday, taking the title of the youngest municipal chief from Yonosuke Terui, 32, mayor of the town of Esashi in Hokkaido, according to the National Association of Towns and Villages as well as Japan Association of City Mayors.

Golf: Hataoka Becomes Youngest Japan Lpga Pro At 17 Yrs, 8 Months

Golf: Hataoka becomes youngest Japan LPGA pro at 17 yrs, 8 monthsNasa Hataoka became the youngest golfer on the Japan Ladies Professional Golfers' Association tour on Monday at the age of 17 years and eight months.
Hataoka, who on Oct. 2 became the first amateur to win one of four major tournaments on the tour, broke her idol Ai Miyazato's record by seven months, according to the association.

13-year-old Becomes Youngest To Secure Third-dan Shogi Rank

13-year-old becomes youngest to secure third-dan shogi rankA 13-year-old junior high school student has become the youngest shogi player in Japan to secure a third-dan rank in the game.
Sota Fujii, a member of Shoreikai, an organization under the Japan Shogi Association that trains professional shogi players, received the organization's decision to give him a third-dan ranking at a meet in Osaka's Fukushima Ward on Oct. 18, where his victory lifted his recent record to 14 wins and five losses. At 13 years and two months, he is the youngest to secure the rank.