Yassmien Al-Dabbagh, centre, won gold in the women's 100m as Lujain Al-Humaid, left, and Yara Abo Al-Jadaiel took silver and bronze ©Saudi Games

Tokyo 2020 Olympian Yassmien Al-Dabbagh was in fine form on the track today as she won the women's 100 metres at the Saudi Games in Riyadh.

She was in full acceleration from the halfway point and none of her opponents could catch her as she finished in 13.12 seconds.

Lujain Al-Humaid sealed second after crossing the line 0.17 seconds later and Yara Abo Al-Jadaiel took third, clocking 13.43.

A moment later, the crowds were celebrating Mazim Al-Yassien as the victor in the men's 400m event.

He burst through to the finish and did so swiftly, timing at 45.08 to beat Yousef Masrahi by 0.99 seconds.

Ibrahim Futaini was next to finish, but he was as much as 2.54 seconds slower than Al-Yassien.

Ahmed Al-Tarouti topped the men's high jump standings after recording two metres, which silver medallist Hussain Al-Duhaim could not match.

He settled for silver for scoring 1.95m and Khaleed Oqbi took third after recording 1.90m.

Hussain Al-Hizam claimed victory in the men's pole vault after he reached a height of 4.90m, defeating Ali Al-Qassab easily by 0.60m.

Ahmed Al-Yassien banked bronze for putting up 4.20m.

In Para athletics, Abdul Rahman Al-Qurashi raced to victory in the men's 100m as Jamaan Al-Zahrani and Al-Baraa Al-Qarni trailed in second and third respectively.

Sultan Al-Habashi also planted himself top of the men's shot put F57 podium.

Haider Salami finished as the runner-up with Abdullah Al-Ghazi taking third.

At the King Saud University Arena, Al-Khaleej managed to regroup and defeat Al-Hada in the men's handball final.

Al-Hada rallied from a six-goal deficit to force extra time, but Al-Khaleej used the additional minutes to prove they were worthy champions.

In the end, they won the match 38-34.

Al-Noor joined them on the podium thanks to a 35-34 victory versus Al-Trraji in the bronze-medal match.

At the City Public Security Training shooting range, Saeid Al-Mutairi, with the title on the line, nailed his final shot to bring his total to 35 and win the men's skeet gold medal.

Majed Al-Tamimi trailed behind by two while Fahad Al-Harbi climbed to a score of 20 and claimed bronze.

In sport climbing, Rowaida Alerwi ruled supreme in the women's lead event after edging Fatmah Qari and Sarah Al-Qunaibet, who finished second and third.

Abdulrahman Abu Ghzalah topped the men's lead rankings under the night sky, as Nidal Degnah and Abdullah bin Laden completed the podium.

Mohamed Haddouche championed in men's chess while Dalia Al-Samiri took the honours in the women's competition.