Three men's titles and one women's gold medallist were decided in Muay Thai ©Saudi Games

Artistic gymnastics and muay thai competition came to a close here in Riyadh with three titles being awarded in the former sport and four being claimed in the latter.

Ismail Shabi was the first gymnast to steal the show after taking the men's vault gold medal at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium.

Nobody could beat his score of 11.900 - while Abdulaziz Al-Johani leapt into second with a tally of 10.970.

Abdulrahman Al-Shammari took bronze with a score of 10.950.

Nassar Al-Samiri dazzled in the men's parallel bars to join the champions club thanks to a total of 11.950.

Habeb Aswailah was second with 11.900 and Kadhem Al-Antaif followed behind on 11.350 to round out the podium.

Ali Al-Awazem ended the artistic gymnastics proceedings, tallying 10.750 to fend off Abdulkarim Al-Mur and Minhal Al-Jamain.

Al-Mur and Al-Jamain trailed on 10.650 and 10.000 respectively.

In muay thai, Khaled Al-Dawalibi won the men's 54-kilograme gold after defeating Abdulaziz Al-Ammar, with Firas Al-Anki earning the bronze.

Abdullah Al-Qahtani was the dominant force in the men's 67kg category as he bettered Faris Al-Rimi in the final.

The division's bronze medals were won by Abdullah Al-Sanea and Abdulelah Abu Maghaid.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Asoum walked away with the men's 74kg title having tasted success over Einad Baawidan in the final.

Abdul Rahman Bajabeh and Ali Alharbi joined them on the podium as the bronze medallists.

In the women's sole event, Hattan Al-Saif outmatched Raneem Al-Sharif to come out on top to claim the 54kg gold medal, while Sumaya Al-Dabbagh and Dana Al-Ghussain picked up the bronzes.