Stay in the Boat ‘Stay in the Boat’ is a maxim I heard being used by the New Zealand Rowing teams during the Olympics so crews would mentally concentrate on the task at hand and not think about the finishing line. It was identified that crews were taking a lead because of superior technique but were then getting run down over the last ...

Press Conference: Condemning the appointment of Anusha Palpita A joint media conference of main Election observation groups in Sri Lanka was held yesterday at CSR Maradana, to condemn the appointment of Anusha Palpita as the Additional Secretary of Ministry of Home Affairs.  As widely reported, Mr. Palpita is indicted before the High Court of Colombo in terms of offences against the Public Property act and the Sri Lanka Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (SLTRC) ...

What we saw at the Yarl IT Hub May 2016 Meetup 28th of May 2016 was another exciting day at Yarl IT Hub. Yarl IT Hub had organized a workshop for the participants of YGC season 5 Junior in the morning, and a meet-up in the evening. The workshop was mainly about and for YGC5 Juniors, where the participants were enlightened with the evaluation format, and with some technical sessions about ...

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The Voice of Sri Lanka Cricket The 41-year-old, Russel Premakumaran Arnold continued to serve Sri Lanka Cricket, following his retirement in 2007 as he always wanted to stay close to the sport he loved the most. Russel’s journey from being a handy all-rounder to an impressive commentator is known by many, despite being barely spoken out. Born on the 25th of October 1973, Russel Arnold ...

Cager cubs en-route to South Asian Qualifiers The Sri Lanka U-18 National Basketball Team will take wings to Bangladesh to compete in the South Asian qualifiers for the Asian Championship to be held in July 2016. Here’s a quick look at the composition of the team to take Sri Lanka over to the Asian stage. Taher Akbrallay, a key component of the Asian International School team ...

The Dangers Of Lightning And How To Stay Safe The cyclone may have passed, and the flood water may have receded, but monsoon is still upon us. Lightning streaked skies will not be an uncommon phenomenon, so it’s best if we islanders take precautions.   Just this month, a seventeen year old boy died due to electrocution by lightning. The number of lives lost annually (both human and animals) ...

FINA, the international governing body for swimming, has restored Sri Lanka as an active union and has recognized the newly appointed body as the official governing body for the country, after ten months of it being defunct. The initial ban came on the 17th of June 2015 after the general elections of the union were postponed. A FINA representative met ...

One of Sri Lanka’s premier fast bowlers Shaminda Eranga has been reported with a suspect bowling action during the second Test against England, which the visitors lost by 9 wickets on Monday. The match officials, including on-field umpires Aleem Dar and S. Ravi, TV umpire Rod Tucker and Match Referee Andy Pycroft handed over the Match Officials’ report to the Sri Lankan ...

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