The Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games was proclaimed as "the biggest and best ever" by Asian Paralympic Committee President Majid Rashed during today's Closing Ceremony ©Getty Images

Asian Paralympic Committee President Majid Rashed has declared the fourth Asian Para Games in Hangzhou "the biggest and best ever", during a speech at the Closing Ceremony.

Competition was dominated by China who finished top of the medals table with a haul of 521 medals, consisting of 214 golds, 167 silvers and 140 bronzes.

Iran placed second overall with 131 medals, including 44 golds, with Japan in third on 150 medals, including 42 golds.

Speaking during the Closing Ceremony at the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Centre Stadium Rashed said: "I said that I thought this would be the biggest and best Asian Para Games ever but it has surpassed my expectations", as reported by Xinhua.

"Everything has been done with such dedication, such care and such diligence," Rashed added.

"These truly have been two Games of equal splendour."

Among the Chinese champions on the last day in Hangzhou where the final two archery winners.

The women’s individual W1 open title went to Chen Minyi, who overcame Kim Okgeum of the Republic of Korea 128-125.

In the men’s individual W1 open category there was a guaranteed Chinese gold medallist, with Zhang Tianxin beating Han Guifei 138-135.

On the final day of athletics action, China’s Liu Cuiqing won her third gold of Hangzhou 2022, adding the women’s 400 metres T11 crown to her T11 100m and 200m titles.

Cuiqing won the 400m in 56.53sec, with her compatriot He Shanshan taking the silver with 59.86.

In the men’s blind football competition, hosts China triumphed 2-1 on penalties after their gold-medal match with Iran finished 0-0.

Penalties were also needed to decide the bronze-medal match as Thailand overcame Japan 1-0 on penalties, after the match had finished 0-0.

Other highlights on the final day included Uzbekistan recording its first ever Asian Para Games rowing gold medal, as Kholmurod Egamberdiev of Uzbekistan won the PR1 men’s single sculls final in 10min 26.63sec, while the Philippines won five of the 12 chess titles on offer on the final day in Hangzhou with action focused on the rapid discipline.