Bangladeshi bodybuilder Hasib Mohammad banned after winning an international competition

News Hour:

Bangladeshi Gold-medal winning bodybuilder and former Mr. Bangladesh Hasib Mohammad Holy is Banned for Life by Bangladesh Bodybuilding Federation (BBF) for taking part and winning a gold medal in a competition held in Singapore last January without BFF permission.

Mr. Bangladesh 2015 in the 80 plus KG heavyweight category, Hasib Mohammad took part in the Asian Muscle War Tournament, which is a World Fitness Federation affiliated tournament, and won the gold medal in under 24 junior open weight category beating Indonesian and Thai counterparts.But the success turned into a nightmare for him after the game’s governing body of the country found him flouting the rules.

Hasib (From the Right side) on stage posing for Nabba WFF Muscle War 2017

Last Saturday Bangladesh Bodybuilding Federation officials confirmed about banning 23 years old bodybuilder Hasib Mohammad for taking part in a BBF unauthorized competition.

Hasib Mohammad claimed that he didn’t violate any rules but became a victim of ugly politics in this sports.

He said, ‘The federation didn’t issue any show-cause letter to me before taking such a decision. Considering my bright career I took part in the WFF affiliated competition which is totally different from the IFBB affiliated competition. I was the first man from our country who won a gold medal at the international arena”.

He also said, ‘Actually I became a victim of ugly sports politics. They did it because I am not only a bodybuilder but also a councilor of the federation. I have two votes in my hand and to ensure the votes from my associations they suspended me’.

Avatar

This article has been posted by a News Hour Correspondent. For queries, please contact through [email protected]
No Comments

Translate this News

Join the Facebook Group

Click here to join the Facebook group of News Hour

Popular Posts

Sacred Games exposes Rajshri Deshpande nude [video]
Paperfly launches delivery services covering 64 districts in Bangladesh
Bolivian opposition senator Jeanine Áñez declared herself interim president
Huawei mate 10 Pro: a valiant smartphone with a worthy price
Housing solutions for the urban poor in Bangladesh
Three performers stabbed on stage in Saudi capital

Advertisement

News of the Month

Scroll Up
%d bloggers like this: