Dozen Memories Of MoraSpirit - 12th Year Anniversary Celebrations
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Dozen Memories Of MoraSpirit - 12th Year Anniversary Celebrations

MoraSpirit was established on 25th of September 2009, as a university based organization, which is mostly dedicated to University sports. Since its inception, MoraSpirit has been instrumental in the unbiased media coverage of university sports and bringing many people with hidden talent to light.

"Impossibles are possible when you never give up"
Women in Sports

"Impossibles are possible when you never give up"

With the enormous enchant of a wise mother, our protagonist, Thedini Thushara De Silva Jayawardana, took the first step of the long journey of her table tennis career. Starting from the very basics in grade one, she continuously prolongs her table tennis journey by achieving many awards and rewards.

A National Champion turned National Ambassador - Mevan Induruwa
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A National Champion turned National Ambassador - Mevan Induruwa

Mevan Induruwa at age 20 won the 'Galle Face 5 Km National Sea Swim Marathon' in 2018 becoming the National Champion of the '5 Km Open Water Swim Marathon'. The following year (2019) he defended his title on the 5th of January timing almost 10 minutes less than his timing in the previous year.

Jonnie Peacock – A Fighter Like No Other
Paralympics

Jonnie Peacock – A Fighter Like No Other

“Don't treat me as disabled. I will show you what I can do and we'll have fun with it” is the life motto of probably the greatest British Paralympian to grace the sport, who has 2 Olympic gold medals and close to 4 gold medals in World Championships in his trophy cabinet and a definite inspiration

"Stick to the Hockey Stick!" with Navanjana Ekanayake
Women in Sports

"Stick to the Hockey Stick!" with Navanjana Ekanayake

When the 8-year-old Navanjana held the hockey stick for the first time in her life, little did she know that the hockey stadium is where she’d dream big and materialize her big dreams. Navanjana Dilrangi Tharika Ekanayake has a 16-year streak of shining as a lethal striker in field hockey

The Unsung Heroes from Tokyo Olympics
Road to Tokyo

The Unsung Heroes from Tokyo Olympics

After 2 weeks of frenzied excitement, Tokyo 2020 has finally come to an end. I am sure most of you followed the Olympiad with much interest and would surely have witnessed Italy’s stunning performances in the high jump and sprints...

Unseen Scars: The Tale of Simone Biles
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Unseen Scars: The Tale of Simone Biles

Mental health is often overlooked in sports as well as other aspects of the world. Simone Biles, a daring athlete from the United State of America, recently quit the Olympics in a brave attempt to put her mental health above everything else. This article is a tribute to her.

Canada and Brazil Dominate Olympics Football in Two Thrilling Finals
Road to Tokyo

Canada and Brazil Dominate Olympics Football in Two Thrilling Finals

Canada and Brazil became football champions at the Tokyo Olympics following two finals that kept the spectators on the edge of their seats until the final minutes.

USA Wins 4th Consecutive Olympic Basketball Gold After Close Game in Tokyo
Road to Tokyo

USA Wins 4th Consecutive Olympic Basketball Gold After Close Game in Tokyo

Basketball has always been an eye catching event at the summer olympics. This is partially due to the fierce competition that all countries display, but mostly due to the fact that time and time again, the United States of America puts on a show for everyone to watch.

"Chak De! India", Breaking The Hoodoo And The Dream That Almost Came True
Road to Tokyo

"Chak De! India", Breaking The Hoodoo And The Dream That Almost Came True

India earned a penalty corner that was leveraged by the Drag Flicker, Gurjit Kaur. Chak De India! India’s resolute women’s hockey team scored the first leading goal against a top seed, Argentina.