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St. Joseph’s and Vishaka Vidyalaya continue to dominate at the 44th Sri Lanka Schools Swimming Championships 2017.

The 44th annual All Island Aquatic Championship kicked off yesterday at the Sugathadasa swimming pool and by the end of the day Mahamaya and St. Joseph’s were in the lead. Read on to see the summary of day 01.All...
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The 44th Sri Lanka Schools Swimming Championships 2017 began today at the Sugathadasa Indoor stadium as Junior and Senior trials and finals took place on day one. Stay tuned for more updates from the Championships as schools from around...

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All Island Aquatic Championship to start this week

The 44th annual Sri Lanka Schools All Island Age Group Aquatic Championship will commence on the 29th of June and go on until the 2nd of July at the Sugathadasa Swimming Pool.The 44th edition of the meet will have...

St. Joseph’s College and Visakha Vidyalaya ran away with the national age group titles in the men’s and women’s segments respectively after the 4th and final day of competition that was worked off at the Sugathadasa Swimming Pool Complex.Read: 43rd...
Sri Lanka Schools Swimming

At the end of the 3rd day of the National Age Swimming Championship held at the Sugathadasa swimming pool, Visakha and St. Joseph’s continued to dominate the leaderboard. The highlights for the day were Alvin Arulmaran and Akalanka Peiris who...

Peterite swimmer Akalanka Peiris and Vinoli Kaluarachchi took major honours on day 2 of the 43rd Age Group Swimming Championship while St. Joseph’s College and Visakha Vidyalaya continued to maintain the top positions on the leaderboard.The Age Group...
National Age Group Swim Day 1

The National Age Group Swimming Championship commenced on the 1st of June at the Sugathadasa swimming pool and will go on until the 5th of June. Read on to check the summary of day 01. At the end of day...

Causing a major turnaround on the final day Mahamaya Girls School progressed on to win the women’s title in the Senior Long Course Swimming National Championship while Killer Whale Aquatics retained their silverware for the third consecutive year. The Sri...