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Sri Lanka Schools National Rowing Championship 2013 will be worked off from today

Sri Lanka Schools National Rowing Championship 2013 will be worked off from today

Sri Lanka Schools National Rowing Championship 2013 will be worked off from today to September 14 at the Colombo Rowing Club with t-sips, a product of Expolanka Teas sponsoring the nationals for the second consecutive year.

This year’s Championship will see participation from 16 schools and is said to attract many spectators and athletes as the main rowing event in the country. Events will be held under the classification of single scull, double scull, pairs and coxed fours.

t-sips is no stranger to the sport of rowing and have continuously taken steps towards enhancing and promoting the sport. Last year alone, apart from spearheading the inaugural Sri Lanka Schools National Rowing Championship, t-sips brought down Olympic Gold Medallist in rowing, Mahe Drysdale to inspire oarsmen and women in the country.

“Rowing in Sri Lanka is an uncluttered sport that has potential to win international recognition provided it has the right partner to support it. With rowing we are able to reach an audience that is extremely passionate about their sport and that passion is felt in the partnership we share.

Through the sponsorship of the sport, we want to foster a competitive rowing environment and encourage the development of good sportsmanship and art of team work,” said Inthikab Naufal – General Manager, Expolanka Teas. 

Posted on 2013-09-12 07:38:25
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