Muhammad Samsuzzaman Arafat ran from Teknaf to Tentulia. In that journey of 2016, he has covered more than one thousand kilometers in 20 days. After the achievement of running from one end of Bangladesh to the other, he seemed to get more thrills. He has taken part in various campaigns at home and abroad. For example, this is the seventh time that the Bengali channel has crossed over.
Thriller Muhammad Samsuzzaman Arafat made his way to the US on Wednesday. He will take part in the Ironman 60.3 World Championships to be held there on September 18. Swimming, cycling and running তিনটি three stages of competition. At the Ironman 60.3 World Championships in St. George, Utah, USA, each competitor must first swim about two kilometers, then cycle 90 kilometers, and finish with a 21-kilometer half marathon. Arafat said the contestants would have to complete the entire process within six and a half hours.
Regarding the preparations, Muhammad Samsuzzaman Arafat said, “Based on the performance of the athletes participating in various Ironman events held throughout the year, Ironman 70.3 was selected as a competitor in the World Championships. I did not miss the opportunity to prepare. I have been practicing hard for a long time for the Ironman expedition. My goal is to overcome this difficult challenge in 5 and a half hours.
Arafat first took part in the Ironman event in 2016, in Malaysia. He then competed in the Ironman European Championships in 2019, the Ironman Malaysia in the same year and the Ironman 60.3 Bangsayen in Thailand.
Kazi Khaliquzzaman Ahmed, chairman of the Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) and Additional Managing Director Mohammad Ali handed over the Bangladeshi flag to Arafat on August 31. Fazlul Quader
Kazi Khaliquzzaman Ahmed, chairman of the Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) and Additional Managing Director Mohammad Ali handed over the Bangladeshi flag to Arafat on August 31. Fazlul QuaderPhoto: Collected
Meghna Group of Industries, Akash DTH, DHS Motors and Bangladesh Finance Limited are cooperating to take part in Arafat’s Ironman 60.3 World Championship.
Muhammad Samsuzzaman Arafat, a banker by profession, said, ‘I dream of a healthy Bangladesh. He wants to work to fulfill the dream. I want to inspire the youth through various exciting events.