Kenya-Ethiopia excellence in Bangabandhu International Marathon

Bangabandhu International Marathon
Bangabandhu International Marathon


Kenya-Ethiopia excellence in Bangabandhu International Marathon

An international marathon was held in Dhaka on the occasion of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's Homecoming Day. The marathon started from the Army Stadium in the early hours of Monday (January 10) in the heart of the capital and ended at Hatirjheel. Kenya and Ethiopia have excelled in the elite event of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Dhaka Marathon 2022 with the participation of local and foreign athletes.

Kenya's Vincent Kipsang Rono became the first among the boys in the 42 km marathon in the Elite event. He took 2 hours 9 minutes 29 seconds. Omar Eit Chitachen of Morocco came in second with a time of 2 hours 9 minutes and 49 seconds. Ethiopia's Gebresadic Abraha Adihana finished third with a time of 2 hours 12 minutes and 24 seconds.

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Among the girls, Dekebo Helimarium of Ethiopia was the best with a time of 2 hours 31 minutes and 39 seconds. Morocco's Saud Kanbochia was second with a time of 2 hours 34 minutes 47 seconds and Kenya's Helen Jepgurgat was third with a time of 2 hours 35 minutes 51 seconds.

In this event, Papia Khatun became the first in the category of Bangladesh Athletes with 3 hours 39 minutes and 50 seconds. Nargis Jahan Wahab was second with a time of 4 hours 21 minutes 4 seconds and Sultana Khatun was third with a time of 4 hours 22 minutes 40 seconds.

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And among the boys, Asif Biswas is the first with 2 hours 35 minutes and 12 seconds. Mohammad Farid Mia finished second with a time of 2 hours 40 minutes and 4 seconds. And Kamrul Islam came third with 2 hours 41 minutes 44 seconds.

India has excelled in both the events in the SAF category. Husband and wife about both of them again! India's Aarti Dutt Patil was the first among the girls. He took 2 hours 53 minutes 27 seconds. Among the boys, Bugatha Sreenu of India surpassed the other athletes with a time of 2 hours 18 minutes and 28 seconds.
Morocco's Sukaina Atanane finished first in the girls' half marathon in the elite category with a time of 1 hour 30 minutes and 6 seconds. The best of the boys was Lokethan Kilimo of Kenya. He took one hour 4 minutes 6 seconds.

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In the Bangladesh category of half marathon, Shamsunnahar Ratna became the first with a time of 1 hour 41 minutes 41 seconds. Libya Akter finished second with a time of one hour 48 minutes 54 seconds. Nasreen Begum finished third with a time of 1 hour 49 minutes and 6 seconds.

Al-Amin is the best among boys with 1 hour 14 minutes 33 seconds. Sohail Rana finished second with a time of 1 hour 14 minutes 33 seconds. Mohammad Al Amin finished third with a time of 1 hour 15 minutes 21 seconds.

At the end of the marathon, Chief of Army Staff SM Shafiuddin Ahmed handed over the prizes to the winners at Hatirjheel.







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