Bangladesh's fastest man Imranur Rahman finished 6th in the men's 100-meter sprint of the 5th Islamic Solidarity Games held in Turkish city Konya on Wednesday.
He was placed 6th in the eight-men finals with a timing of 10.02 seconds.
He was deprived of a medal narrowly for just three seconds for losing concentration several times in the finals and semifinals due to repeated false start by other competitors.
Among the eight sprinters, only six athletes completed the finals successfully.
Arthur Cisse of Ivory Coast emerged as the fastest man of the games by clinching men's 100-meter sprint gold medal with a timing of 9.89 seconds.
Mohammed Abdullah Akbar of Saudi Arabia won the event's silver clocking 9.95 seconds while Emre Zafer Barnes of hosts Turkey and Barakat Al Harthy of Oman took the bronze jointly with a timing of 9.99 seconds each.
Earlier, Imranur advanced to the semifinal of the men's 100-meter sprint finishing 2nd in heats number 4 with his and new national record timing of 10.01 seconds and later qualified for the final as the first Bangladeshi clocking 10.06 seconds.
An 84-member contingent are representing Bangladesh in the Islamic Solidarity Games Konya' 2022 in eleven disciplines of sports--Athletics, Archery, Fencing, Gymnastics, Handball, Karate, Shooting, swimming, Table Tennis, Wrestling, and Weight-lifting.