The 30-year old, who won bronze in 2010 and fourth-place in 2016, jumped 7.6m, while Lokesh Sathyana and Swaminathan Rav notched gold and silver with 7.87m and 7.77m respectively
Experienced athlete Al Amin bagged a bronze in the men’s long-jump event, which was Bangladesh’s only medal in the second day of athletics at the 13th South Asian Games Wednesday.
The 30-year old, who won bronze in 2010 and fourth-place in 2016, jumped 7.6m, while Lokesh Sathyana and Swaminathan Rav notched gold and silver with 7.87m and 7.77m respectively.
Shirin Akter however, put up a disappointing run in the 200m sprint where the eight-time fastest woman finished seventh out of eight with a timing of 25.59s, which 1.2s more than what she clocked during the last summer athletics three months ago.
Archana Suseent of India bagged gold with 23.66s.
Shirin Akhter, the eight-time national champion whose last summer timing was 12.2s, clocked 12.32s to finish fifth, while Hasan Mia clocked 10.92s, .31s less than his previous timing, and finished at the end of the race (eighth).https://t.co/eizyRwquZu#SOUTHASIANGAMES #SAGAMES— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) December 3, 2019
Saiful Ismail Khan however, improved his timing in the men’s 200m sprint taking 21.70s to finish seventh.
His summer timing 21.82s was enough to win him a gold.
Uzair Rehman of Pakistan won gold with 21.15s timing.