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Archers leave for Germany

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A 12-member Bangladesh Archery team left the capital for Germany Saturday early morning to participate in the "Archery World Cup Stage-4" to be held in Berlin from July 16-22.
Bangladesh team consists of six men and two women archers will compete in seven recurve and compound competitions---recurve men's team, recurve mixed team, recurve men's singles, recurve women's singles, compound mixed team, compound men's singles and compound women's singles.
Members of Bangladesh team: Players- M Rumman Shana, Imdadul Haque Milon, M Tamimul Islam, Ibrahim Sheikh Rezwan and Nasrin Akter (Recurve Division), M Abul Kashem Mamun, Ashim Kumar Das, Bonnya Akhter (Compound Division).
Officials: Mohammad Anisur Rahman (Manager), Kazi Rafid Ibne Razib (Assistant Manager), Martin Fedric (Head Coach), Mohammad Ziaul Haque (Assistant Coach).
Bangladesh's famed archer M Rumman Shana, now in Switzerland with Olympic Solidarity scholarship, will join the team from Switzerland.
Bangladesh team will return home July 23.

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