Sri Lanka at the 2010 Asian Games
|Sri Lanka at the
2010 Asian Games
|NOC||National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka|
|Competitors||104 in 24 sports|
|Flag bearer||Mithun Perera|
|Asian Games appearances (overview)|
- 1 Archery
- 2 Athletics
- 3 Badminton
- 4 Baseball
- 5 Beach Volleyball
- 6 Boxing
- 7 Cricket
- 8 Cycling
- 9 Golf
- 10 Gymnastics
- 11 Kabbadi
- 12 Karate
- 13 Rowing
- 14 Rugby sevens
- 15 Sailing
- 16 Shooting
- 17 Squash
- 18 Swimming
- 19 Synchronized swimming
- 20 Taekwondo
- 21 Table tennis
- 22 Tennis
- 23 Weightlifting
- 24 Wushu
- 25 References
Sri Lanka sent 5 archers for the multi-sport event including 3 men and 2 women archers.
Sri Lanka sent 21 athletes for the competition.
- Shehan Abeyptiya
- Manjula Kumara
- Chaminda Wijekoon
- Prasanna Amarasekara
- KK Seneviratne
- Nalin Priyantha
- Keith de Mel
- DN Karunaratne
- Gayan Wickramasinghe
- Rohitha Pushpakumara
- Gihan Ratnayake
- Shivantha Weerasuriya
- Ashan Hasaranga
- Jani Chathurangani
- Nadeeka Lakmali
- Chamli Priyadarshani
- Chandrika Rasnayake
- Niluka Nadeeshani
- Niranjani Abeywickrema
- Sujani Buddhika
Sri Lanka sent 4 badminton athletes including 2 men and women for the event.
Sri Lanka made its Asian Games debut in Baseball.
However, according to the official Olympic Committee website, Baseball was not listed as a sport being competed by Sri Lanka and it later withdrew.
Sri Lanka sent 2 men and women beach volleyball teams.
Sri Lanka was scheduled to send 7 boxers (6 men and 1 women), but 3 men boxers withdrew from the competition. The 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Manju Wanniarachchi also withdrew due to injury.
- Jehan Mubarak
- Jeevantha Kulatunga
- Kaushalya Weeraratne
- Chinthaka Jayasinghe
- Indika de Saram
- Nuwan Zoysa
- Dilhara Lokuhettige
- Kaushal Lokuarachchi
- Dilshan Munaweera
- T.M. Sampath
- Kusal Perera
- Isuru Udana
- Sajeewa Weerakoon
- Gayan Wijekoon
- Malinga Bandara
Sri Lanka sent 2 cyclists for the event.
Sri Lanka sent 4 golfers, all men.
Sri Lanka sent 2 male gymnasts.
However, according to the official Olympic Committee website, Kabbadi was not listed as a sport being competed by Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka sent one male karate athlete.
Sri Lanka sent only 2 rowers for the Asian Games.
Sri Lanka's men's team consisted of 12 players.
Sri Lanka sent 4 sailors for the Asian Games including 3 male sailors and a woman sailor.
Sri Lanka sent 4 male shooters.
Sri Lanka sent a delegation consisting of men's squash team.
Sri Lanka sent 2 swimmers for the multi-sporting event.
Sri Lanka sent 2 competitors for taekwondo.
Sri Lanka sent 2 paddlers.
Sri Lanka sent 3 male tennis players.
Sri Lanka sent only one wushu competitor for the event.
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