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Rangana Herath smashed 6 Australian wickets.


In reply to the Sri Lanka's first innings score of 355, Australia scored 379 runs all out in the 3rd Test of the Australia tour of Sri Lanka. Shaun Marsh scored 130 runs, Steven Smith scored 119 and Mitchell March scored 53 runs. Sri Lankan spinner Rangana Herath smashed 6 Australian wickets.

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‘Lightning’ strikes thrice as Bolt completes 100 meter Olympic hat-trick.

 

 

Usain Bolt roared into Olympic history on day 9 of the
Rio Olympics, capturing an unprecedented third consecutive
100 meter crown to confirm his place in the pantheon of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen. The 29-year-old Jamaican legend, competing in his final Olympics, powered over the line in 9.81 seconds.

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Sri Lanka were 300 runs for 7 wickets at lunch

 

Sri Lanka were 300 runs for 7 wickets at lunch of the 2nd day in the first innings of the 3rd and final test against Australia played in SSC grounds Colombo. Dhananjaya Silva 129 runs and Dinesh Chandimal 105 runs not out.

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Michael Phelps beaten in 100 meter butterfly event.


Singapore's Joseph Schooling won his nation's first ever Olympic gold medal with victory in the 100 meters butterfly as Michael Phelps was one of three men to finish joint second. Schooling who is 21, won in an Olympic record time of 50.39 seconds. The Singaporean was always in control and won by 0.75 seconds from the trio of Phelps, South Africa's Chad le Clos and Hungary's Laszlo Cseh.

Michael Phelps becomes the first swimmer to win 4 successive Olympic golds in one event.

Record-breaking Michael Phelps has become the first swimmer to win four successive Olympic gold medals in one event by beating Ryan Lochte in the 200 meter individual medley.

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Niluka Karunaratne lost his opening badminton match at Rio.


Sri Lanka’s Niluka Karunaratne lost his opening men’s single group ‘P’ match of the XXX1st Olympic Games badminton completion to China’s Long Chen at Riocentro Pavilion Four on Thursday. Chen took just 40 minutes to win in straight sets 2-0.

Majestic Michael Phelps extends his Olympic gold medal tally to 21.

Record-breaking Michael Phelps extended his tally to 
21 Olympic gold medals as he won individual and team titles on day four at Rio 2016. The American, who is 31, comprehensively beat defending champion Chad le Clos in the 200 meters butterfly event. The most decorated Olympian of all time then helped the US win the men's 4x200 meter freestyle relay by a wide margin. Phelps has won more than twice as many Olympic gold medals as the athlete second on the list, former Soviet gymnast Larisa Latynina whose medal tally stands at nine.
 
Meanwhile, a bus carrying journalists between Olympic venues in Rio de Janeiro has had two windows smashed, after stones were thrown at it last evening. There was initial alarm when it was thought the damage was caused by gunfire. A few of the dozen people on board suffered minor cuts. The bus was travelling between a hockey venue and the main press centre.
 
Meanwhile, confusion abounded at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre as the normally azure pool water turned a swampy green for the women's synchronized 10 meter platform final. Divers were forced to compete in water the colour sea lions, rather than Olympians are accustomed to performing in. Inside the press room, journalists chatted about the possibility of the water having not been treated properly overnight, causing a drop in chlorine levels and the formation of algae.

Dutch gymnast Yuri van Gelder has been sent home from the Olympics after drinking alcohol on a night out in Rio.

Dutch gymnast Yuri van Gelder has been sent home from the Olympics after drinking alcohol on a night out in Rio. Having qualified for the finals of the rings event on Saturday, Van Gelder spent the night celebrating and returned in the early hours of Sunday.

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Swimmer Mathew Abeysinghe to compete in the the Rio Olympics today.

 

Mathew Abeysinghe will compete in the 100 meters free stroke swimming event of the Rio Olympics today. Meanwhile, Chamara Nuwan Dharmawardena who took part in the Judo event yesterday was able to win the first round. Although he was able to defeat Samoan Barith

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Several Sri Lankan players to compete in Rio today

 

Sri Lanka's Mangala Samarakoon for shooting, Suresh Peiris for weight lifting and Chamara Nuwan Dharmawardena for Judo will participate in Rio Olympics today. USA is in the lead of the medal table of Rio Olympics with 3 gold, 5 Silver and 4 bronze medals.

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