AALPS is in the mission of creating a system where athletes from different parts of the world and regions connects each other through the motto
Originated in 2016, in Dhaka, Bangladesh by a team of endurance athletes, AALPS has started its mission to change the health & well-being of community people by conducting structured training sessions by competitive athletes (We call them the athlete leaders).
Till date we have conducted more than 1200 training hours and more than 400 numbers of on-ground training sessions guided by real competitive athletes.
With the numerous successes in many local and international sports events (total 49 Podiums including 4 international podiums) – AALPS developed the concept of ‘Leadership Through Sports’ – an idea where community people get training in health and well-being by real athletes.
AALPS is in the mission of creating a system where athletes from different parts of the world and regions connect to each other through the motto ‘Leadership Through Sports’ and conduct training to community people.
The key areas we are working on are:
Founded in #2016
AALPS is the first athlete leadership programme in Bangladesh
Completed #1200+ Hours of Training Sessions
Our athlete leaders have Conducted #400+ Numbers of athletic training sessions
Our athletes have done #12 International Cross-Country Cycling Expeditions
We Fund Raised For #5 charities (OUNICEF/ Myanmar Autism Association/ School at Bhutan/ Orphanages in Bangladesh)
Number of group members #1800+
AALPS has been working on transforming amateur athletes and community members as Athlete Leaders
Developed ALCP Module
We have developed Athlete Leadership Certification Programme to identify leaders among athletes
Total Number of Podium Wins #49:
Our athletes won #45 Local Podiums and #4 International Podiums
Power Camp: The first physical & mental residential wellbeing camp in country with key focus on ‘Goal Setting’ and ‘Discipline’
Tour De Bangladesh: In 2017, AALPS organized the largest cycle race in Bangladesh: an 11 days 10 stage cycle race across country.