Navy's Ismail and Shirin the fastest man-woman in 100m sprint Athletics শিরিন ও ইসমাইল

Navy's Ismail and Shirin the fastest man-woman in 100m sprint

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 16 Jan 2021, 08:59 pm

Dhaka, January 16: The 44th competition of Bangabandhu National Athletics has started on Friday. The fastest man-woman of the country has been determined on the opening day of the competition. Mohammad Ismail and Shirin Akhter have become the fastest human beings like before. Both of them are naval athletes.

Ismail took 10.55 seconds to become the best among the boys in the 100m sprint for the third time in a row.

"There were a lot of obstacles to practice during the coronal period," the athlete told the media. But I am satisfied that I have been able to retain the title of the fastest man. I hope I can reduce the timing in Bangladesh Games. '

Ismail, who dreams of winning a medal at the SA Games in the future, said, "At this stage, I will say that it is possible to win a gold medal at the SA Games. Those who have won the games before, I think they did not run much better than us. They have practiced abroad for a long time. If we are trained abroad for a long time, then we can too. '

He is frustrated with the timing of becoming the fastest human being. He blamed the track for that, "The track is responsible for the timing not being good. Pushing while running here is not giving a return. That's why the power is going away. '

Like Ismail, Shirin Akhter is also happy to be the best. It took her 11.80 seconds to be the best. However, there is some dissatisfaction with the timing, ‘My coach must have expected better timing. But I'm fairly happy. Bangladesh Games is ahead. I hope I can do better timing on that. '
With this, Shirin has become the best in the national competition 11 times. As for the reason behind this, he said, ‘Corona has practiced well during the time. I have practiced myself at BKSP in Savar. The Navy has contributed a lot to my success.'

"I want to be the fastest woman in South Asia," she said. That is why I will try my best in the next two-three years. '