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A.M.P. Suranga Adikari is a Sri Lankan athlete who was the national champion in the 400 m hurdles in 2004.
Suranga Adikari (born 22 September 1979) hails from Kurunegala, Sri Lanka.
He is a Buddhist.
International events and achievements
- 2002- 14th Asian Athletic Championships, 400m Hurdles – participated
- 2003 – 1st Sri Lanka International Open Athletic Championship 400m Hurdles – Bronze medal
- 2004- 9th SAF games, 400m Hurdles – silver medles
- 400m Hurdles
- 2002/2003/2004 – Sri Lanka colours man.
- 2002 – National Athletic Championship – Silver Medal
- 2003 – National Athletic Championship – Bronze Medal
- 2004 – National Athletic Championship – Gold Medal
- 2004 – National Athletic Championship, Best Athlete Duncan White Trophy
- 2002–2006 National Athletic pool – participated
- Defence and forces.
- 2002/ 03 / 04- defence service colours man
- 2002/ 03/ 04 - Army colours man
- 2003 - Defence Service inter athletic championship – silver medal
- 2003 – Army inter Regiment athletic championship – Silver medal (betters existing record)
- 2004 – Army / Police annual athletic meet – Gold medal (new record) and best athlete
- 2004 – Army inter Regiment athletic championship – Bronze medal
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