Hassan Al-Radhi won the last weightlifting gold medal ©Saudi Games

Hassan Al-Radhi marked the final day of the weightlifting events with a spectacular turnaround in the men's over-102 kilogram category at the Saudi Games here in Riyadh.

Ali Al-Khazal looked almost certain to be guaranteed the victory after posting an impressive snatch score of 165 - seven kilograms more than Al-Radhi in second.

However, the top of the standings was flipped when Al-Radhi recorded 204kg.

Al-Khazal, having made 195kg previously, sought to match his opponent but dropped two consecutive attempts, leaving Al-Radhi nothing to do other than rejoice.

Al-Momin won the women's 81kg title after finishing the snatch and clean and jerk events on 145kg.

Hanan Bagas registered 141kg to claim silver and Wafa Gumra consolidated bronze with 124kg.

In the swimming, Alexandre Younes prevented Ahmed Ali Al-Hashim from securing a second Saudi Games gold medal after timing at 1min 54.89sec to take the men's 200 metres freestyle title.

Zaid Al-Sarraj settled for bronze after concluding the race in 2:00.57.

Mohammed Boksmati, who missed out on a gold medal yesterday, got his hands on one today, winning the men's 50m backstroke contest in 27.47sec.

There was a gap of 1.49 seconds between him and silver medallist Ammar Al-Humaid while Patrik Zamek joined them on podium after recording a time of 29.23.

Yousef Essa Al-Yousuf dismantled the men's 200m breaststroke competition, finishing in 2:27.79 with nearest challenger Mohammed Al-Otaibi trailing by 5.77 seconds.

Hashim Ridha Al-Alawi collected the third-place medal after registering 2:36.57.

The final swimming title of the day went to Natheer Al-Hamoud, who strived to the end of the men's 100m butterfly race in 56.51.

Hassan Hussain Al-Yousef clocked at 59.51 to secure silver with Rory Romard following in 1:00.47.

Al-Nassr were victorious in the men's 3x3 basketball final thanks to a crucial 5-0 run to conclude the match against Al-Hilal.

The eventual winners established a 10-7 lead but were soon pegged back to 11-11.

With the momentum shifting in favour of their opponents, they went to work and saw off Al-Hilal, winning 16-11 in the end.

In the bronze medal tie, Ohod nailed a 16-13 win versus Al-Fateh.

Meanwhile, Kariman Abuljadayel breezed through the women's indoor rowing 2,000m final, shaking off runner-up Emma Merik - a British expatriate - with a time of 7:24.7.

Merik followed 4.2 seconds after with Haya Almami claiming bronze as she finished in 7:33.2.

The men's event was closer, with Rakan Ali Reda taking the win in 6:15.7 and edging Emad Youssef by 0.7 seconds.

Hassan Qadri took third place after timing at 6:21.7.

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