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Prime minister expects Bangladesh to produce swimming talents

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thrsday expressed her firm optimism that the swimmers of Bangladesh would appear as global talent in near future through appropriate training and exercise, reports BSS.
The Prime Minister said while addressing the closing ceremony of the “Swimming Talent Hunt” at Swimming Pool Complex of Bangladesh Navy headquarters in the capital today (Thursday).

The Prime Minister enjoyed the final round of the swimming competition and distributed prize among the winners.

Sheikh Hasina said swimming is one of the most popular sports events of the riverine Bangladesh. Bangladesh Swimming Federation is making sincere efforts for quick progress of the event keeping pace with the world.

The brilliance showed by tiny swimmers in the “Swimming Talent Hunt” is it’s real manifestation, she said adding that for the first time Bangladesh has got many talented swimmers through this competition.

The six-month talent hunt programme in search of the best swimmers was organized by the Bangladesh Swimming Federation (BSF) in collaboration with Bangladesh Navy in May last year.

Source: Daily Sun, Dhaka, Bangladesh


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