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    Sri Lanka Navy emerge Champions at Defence Services Games

    November 07, 2014
    Sri Lanka Navy emerged the champions clinching champion trophies in 17 sports disciplines and 13 runners-up trophies in closely contested events at the 08th edition of the Defence Services Games (DSG). Flying the Navy flag high and showing her talents in spectacular performances, the Navy secured the highest number of Medals including 107 Gold Medals, 86 Silver medals and 99 Bronze Medals.
     

    The Chief Guest and the tri-services Commanders gave away the prizes to the winners of the games, which were conducted spanning six months with the participation of over 7,000 sports personnel from the three sister services. 

     

    Sri Lanka Navy hosted the 8th edition of the country’s premier defence sporting event Defence Services Games on 5th November 2014 at the Sugathadasa Stadium under the direction of the Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera, who is the President of the Defence Services Sports Board. 

     
    Chief of Defence Staff, General Jagath Jayasooriya graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.   Commander of the Army and Vice President of the Defence Services Sports Board Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, Commander of the Air Force and Vice President of the Defence Services Sports Board Air Martial Kolitha Gunatilleke and Senior Officers of the tri services were also present on the occasion.

    The Defence Services Games are held every two years in conformity with the Olympic Games standards, enabling tri-services personnel to showcase their sporting talents at a higher level. 
     

     Competitions in 36 sports disciplines commenced on 06th September 2013 with the keen participation of sportsmen and women representing the Army, the Navy and the Air Force. 

    The next edition of the Defence Games will be hosted by the Sri Lanka Air Force in 2016. Symbolizing the event, the DSG Flag was ceremonially handed over to the Commander of the Air Force Air Marshal Kolitha Gunathileke by the Commander of the Navy at the conclusion of the final ceremony. (KH)

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