Sunday saw another action-packed schedule at the 2022 Saudi Games in the following competitions:
Taking place at the Leaders Development Institute at the Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Olympic Complex, the men’s category saw Rakan Ali Reda win gold, Imad Youssef silver and Hassan Qadri bronze.
In the women’s category, Kariman Abu Aljadayel won the gold medal, Emma Merrick won the silver and Haya Almami the bronze.
Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed, vice president of the Saudi Olympic and Paralympic Committee and director of the Saudi Games, presented the medals to the athletes, who were also congratulated by Abdulaziz Baeshen, deputy minister of sports in the Saudi ministry. of Sport, as well as Husein Alireza, President of the Saudi Rowing Federation.
Two medal events were held on the main court of Al-Riyadh Club – starting with the women’s weightlifting category of 81 kg, which was won by Dalal Al-Momin with a total lift of 145 kg. Hanan Bagas won silver (141 kg) and was followed by Wafa Gumra with bronze (124 kg).
In the men’s +102kg, Hassan Al-Radhi took first place after lifting 362kg, with Ali Al-Khazal taking silver with 360kg. Hussain Al-Mahar won bronze with 326 kg.
The winners were presented with their medals by Mohamed Ahmad Alharbi, President of the Saudi Weightlifting Federation and member of the International Weightlifting Federation, as well as Adwa Al-Arifi, Undersecretary for Planning and Development at the Ministry of Sports, and Ali Dhafir Hakami, Vice Chairman of the Board of the Saudi Weightlifting Federation.
On another full day of swim and medal heats at the SAOC complex, gold in the men’s 200 freestyle went to Alexandre Younes with a time of 1:54.89. Ahmed Ali Al-Hashim (1:58.60) was second and Zaid Al-Sarraj (2:00.57) was third.
In the men’s 50m backstroke, Mohammed Boksmati won gold – his second medal of the Saudi Games after winning silver on Saturday – with a time of 27.47 seconds. Silver went to Ammar Al-Humaid (28.96) and bronze to Patrik Zemek (29.23).
The third final to take place at the SAOC complex was the men’s 200m breaststroke, in which Yousuf Al-Yousuf emerged victorious with a time of 2:27.79. Mohammed Al-Otaibi won silver (2:33.56), while Hashim Ridha Al-Alawi took bronze with a time of 2:36.57.
The men’s 100m butterfly was won by Natheer Al-Hamoud with a time of 56.51 seconds, while second place went to Ali Mohammed Al-Yousef (59.31). Rory Romrad took the bronze in 1:00.47.
The winners were presented with their medals by Ahmed Al-Kudmani, President of the Swimming Federation of Saudi Arabia, and Abdullah Al-Yami, Executive Director of the Swimming Federation of Saudi Arabia, as well as Dr. Gasim Basel Alzuhair, Vice -President of Saudi Arabia. Swimming Federation.
Women’s basketball group matches at Al-Hilal main ground produced the following results:
Al-Shoulah 48-42 Riyadh
Jeddah 49-45 Al-Nasr
Al-Wehda 44-28 Abha
Al-Ittihad 52-41 Al-Hilal 52-41
Five group matches were played at the SAOC complex on Sunday.
In the women’s groups, Al-Hilal beat Al-Etihad 3-0, while Al-Eitifaq beat Al-Faisali, also 3-0. Finally, Alanka beat Al-Taraje 3-0.
In the men’s group matches, Al-Etihad won 3-0 over Al-Faisali. Ibtsam, meanwhile, won their game 3-2 against Al-Taraje.
The latest results of the women’s group matches were:
Al-Hilal 4-0 Al-Shabab
Al-Ahli 5-2 Eastern Flames
Al-Taraji 23-0 Flaij
3×3 basketball ended in the 2022 Saudi Games Fan Zone on Sunday, with Al-Nasser beating Al-Hilal 16-12 in the final to claim gold.
In the bronze medal match, Ohod defeated Al-Fateh 16-13.
The winners were presented with their medals by Dr. Ghassan bin Yousef Tashkandi, president of the Saudi Basketball Federation. Also present were Saudi Basketball Federation board member Mohammed Al-Zain and Saudi Basketball Federation executive director Abdullah bin Shuail.
para table tennis
The para-table tennis competition was held at the Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Olympic Complex. Riyadh athlete Mohammed Hussein Al-Harbi won gold after defeating Jeddah’s Saleh Hamed Al-Ghamdi in a thrilling final. Faris Al-Balawi of Tabuk got the bronze medal.
The winners were congratulated by Dr. Abdullah Al-Bar, President of the Saudi Table Tennis Federation; board member Khalid bin Salem Al-Mutairi and executive director Hatoon bint Saad Al-Sadhan.
The competitions at the Bowling Center of the Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Olympic Complex saw the men’s gold medal go to Abdulrahman Abdulwahab, with Ammar Yasser winning silver and Mohammed bin Sultan Al-Saud winning bronze.
On the women’s side, Irene Nestor Tomolva finished first, followed by Hadeel Abdelmoein second and Rachel Tolentino third.
The winners received their medals from the hands of Abdulaziz Al-Massad, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Sports for Sports and Youth; Abdulmalik bin Abdulaziz Al-Shathri, president of the Saudi Bowling Federation; and Moaidh Al-Qahtani, vice-president of the Saudi Bowling Federation.
The action continues Monday at the Saudi Games 2022 with snooker, futsal, artistic gymnastics, handball, Muay Thai, para table tennis, swimming, tennis, beach volleyball, volleyball and the fight.
For the latest results, please visit https://results.saudigames.sa/#/nsg2022/schedule/days/2022-10-30