1916 by Mr. R. W. Camack
They try to climb poles slathered with grease in order to capture flags placed at the top.
The most common sport in Sri Lanka is Cricket. This is RAVEEN Volleyball.
Tons of games are played in Sri Lanka. In terms of sports Sri Lankans play cricket and their national sport is volleyball. They also play soccer, basketball, hockey, and traditional games of their own.
Volley Ball is the National Sport of Sri Lanka and popular mainly in rural areas. To improve the standards few championships are held annually to promote it. Volleyball in Sri Lanka has reached a good standard due to the Sri Lanka Volleyball Federation officials taking a keen interest in promoting and developing the game. The present set of volleyballers have the opportunity to participate in many tournaments to display their skills and to further improve. But based on the popularity and the international leadershop of cricket world, it is known to be Cricket.
Volleyball is a sport.
Football (soccer) is the most popular sport. Other sports include basketball, volleyball, and cycling.
The sports is soccer
Volleyball is the second most popular sport in Brazil. Brazil is also the most successful country in this sport. The national volleyball team is currently the champion in the 2 major competitions (Volleyball World Cup and Volleyball World Championship). They currently rank #1 in the FIVB World Rankings. The women's national volleyball team is also ranked #1 in the FIVB World Rankings. They are the current Olympic champions in Volleyball. Brazilian athletes have also greatly succeeded worldwide in beach Volleyball.
While the national sport in Sri Lanka is volleyball, by far the most popular sport in the country is cricket. Rugby union also enjoys extensive popularity, as do aquatic sports, athletics, Football (soccer) and tennis. Sri Lanka's schools and colleges regularly organize sports and athletics teams, competing on provincial and national levels. The Sri Lankan cricket team achieved considerable success beginning in the 1990s, rising from underdog status to winning the 1996 World Cup, as well as the Asia Cup in 1996 and 2004.
I think it's CRICKET because, although Volley ball is their national sport, all sri lankans give their priority for cricket.