Mora Taekwondo keeps the victory alive during COVID-19
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Mora Taekwondo keeps the victory alive during COVID-19

2020 was obviously a miserable year as COVID-19 severely affected the lives of people all around the globe. It caused a huge decline in the Sri Lankan university sports sector as well. Here's how the Taekwondo team of University of Moratuwa walked towards victory through these difficult times.

Dear Final Year Sportsmen and Women, Thank You!
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Dear Final Year Sportsmen and Women, Thank You!

Sometimes one of the hardest things in life is saying goodbye, especially the unprepared good-byes. This is not just an ordinary article about a university sports star; this we dedicate to all final year sportsmen and women who dreamt of lifting their final trophy at the IUG 2020.

“Purpose Fuels the Passion of Life”—Yahani Wathsala, The Energetic Team Player
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“Purpose Fuels the Passion of Life”—Yahani Wathsala, The Energetic Team Player

Dreams always inspire one’s life while directing him or her to the purpose of their life. Yahani Wathsala is one of the lucky girls who discovered her passion at a young age. It was obvious that she was an outstanding team player during her undergraduate life at the Wayamba University of Sri Lanka.

Beyond Abilities: The story of Sri Lanka's first female Paralympian
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Beyond Abilities: The story of Sri Lanka's first female Paralympian

Sri Lanka is a small country, but throughout all these years we have produced a lot of amazing sportsmen and sportswomen who put our country on the map of sports.

Witness the Talents - Lanka Premier League 2020
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Witness the Talents - Lanka Premier League 2020

Sri Lanka Cricket has kicked off its renaissance with the Lanka Premier League (LPL) in an attempt to revive domestic cricket. While cricket lovers are thrilled with this update, MoraSpirit brings you this quick rundown of LPL to get you up to date just when the tournament is starting.

“I think excelling in either academics or sports alone is not enough. There should be a balance” - Madhawee Weeratunge
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“I think excelling in either academics or sports alone is not enough. There should be a balance” - Madhawee Weeratunge

Excelling in either sports or academics is strenuous task. Anyone can set about in either of these fields, but it takes exceptional people to stand out of the crowd and excel. This article is about a woman named Madhawee Weeratunge who has transcended to the top of both sports and academics.

Conqueress of the goal rings in Ruhuna – Chamika Samarasinghe
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Conqueress of the goal rings in Ruhuna – Chamika Samarasinghe

In Sri Lanka, balancing sports and education is something many fear of doing. Even out of the few who do balance, a considerable number of students compromise on one

FISU world university mind games online - Adapting to the new normal
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FISU world university mind games online - Adapting to the new normal

In a world where everyone has had to adapt to the new normal that is the world with Covid-19, chess has shifted from an over-the-board encounter to the internet. This was true in the case of the FISU World University Championship Mind Sports.

"When it Comes to Javelin Throwing, I rarely Came Home without Winning Something"—Ahinsa Jayamini
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"When it Comes to Javelin Throwing, I rarely Came Home without Winning Something"—Ahinsa Jayamini

Piyumi Ahinsa Jayamini is an exceptional athlete who displayed her talents in multiple sports including elle, netball, volleyball, basketball, and athletics. Her forte lies in javelin throw, where she succeeded in adorning herself with numerous victories in the field of athletics.

Analysis into UVPA's Sports Woes
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Analysis into UVPA's Sports Woes

The University of Visual and Performing Arts hasn’t had quite an easy journey in the domain of sports. In most inter-university competitions, they have failed to move past the last place. MoraSpirit decided to investigate further into the reasons of UVPA's sports woes.