It was triple delight for Sumaiya Dewan as she had also claimed the U-17 long jump and 400m events earlier Saturday on the second and final day of the national age-level competition.
BKSP athletes Mamun Ali and Sumaiya Dewan reigned supreme in the U-17 100m men’s and women’s events at the National Junior Athletics in Dhaka’s Bangabandhu National Stadium Saturday.
It was triple delight for Sumaiya as she had also claimed the U-17 long jump and 400m events earlier Saturday on the second and final day of the national age-level competition.
After clinching the 100m gold medal, she said, “I want to be a famous athlete and win medals in both the national and international tournaments.”
Khulna’s Shaon Ahmed and BKSP’s Rupa Khatun clinched the 100m titles in the men’s and women’s U-19 events on the opening day of the 34th edition of the National Junior Athletics at Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka Friday.https://t.co/JYX2E6cHYr#ATHLETICS #BANGLADESH #BAF— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) September 29, 2018
Mamun on the other hand is eyeing medals in the Senior National Athletics and the South Asia Games.
A total of four records were broken Saturday, by BKSP’s Jihan in high jump, Narail’s Nomita Karmakar in javelin throw, BKSP’s Limon Hossain in discus throw and Jessore’s Akram Hossain in long jump.