So Japanese. In every sport that originated in this country, the contest can be, and often is, concluded in the blink of an eye by one skillfully executed maneuver. In sumo the favored technique is the uwatenage, the underarm throw. A sumotori reaches over his opponent's arm, traps it, grabs the back of the opponent's belt, and swings him forward, tripping him so he goes face down in the dirt. Game over. In judo it's the seoinage, the shoulder throw. One judoka grabs the other's arm, then spins and pulls the opponent over his shoulder. Done right, the opponent's shoulders hit the mat simultaneously. Game over.