Mohammad Ruman Shana lost the first two sets by 29-27 and 28-27 points and although he won the third set 29-28, he conceded defeat after losing the fourth set 29-24
Bangladesh’s Mohammad Ruman Shana tasted disappointment Saturday as he missed out on the gold medal in the recurve men’s singles final in the Asia Cup Archery World Ranking Tournament, stage one.
Instead, it was Kazakhstan’s Abdulin Ilfat who bagged gold.
Ruman lost the first two sets by 29-27 and 28-27 points and although he won the third set 29-28, he conceded defeat after losing the fourth set 29-24.
Bangladesh archers put in a disappointing display on day four of the 2019 Asia Cup World Ranking Tournament, stage-1, hosted by Bangladesh Archery Federation under the banner of “Teer Go For Gold”project.https://t.co/gWiOdaISTo#ARCHERY #BANGLADESH #BANGLADESHARCHERY #RUMANSHANA— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) March 29, 2019
Ruman had topped the qualification round with a score of 681.
Bangladesh earned one more medal in Bangkok, Thailand Saturday when the recurve men’s team notched bronze.
Bangladesh’s Ruman, Hakim Ahmed Rubel and Imdadul Haque Milon beat Kazakhstan by 5-4 sets.