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Bangladesh Yoga Foundation emerge champions

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The performers showing Yoga at the Bangabandhu National Stadium on Thursday. Yoga enthusiasts across the world took part in mass yoga events to mark International Yoga Day.



Bangladesh Yoga Foundation clinched the 4th National Yoga title securing five gold medals in the championship that concluded at the National Sports Council gymnasium here on Thursday.
Sirajganj DSA finished runners-up with three gold medals.
President of Bangladesh Yoga Federation Kabir Bin Anwar, who is also Water Resources Secretary, was the chief guest at the closing ceremony of the three-day meet. He also distributed the prizes.
Some 100 players from 26 teams took part in the meet.

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