Riyadh were unstoppable in the men's wheelchair basketball final ©Saudi Games

Host city Riyadh thrashed Jeddah 75-35 to win the wheelchair basketball gold medal on the final day of competition at the Saudi Games.

Riyadh set the tempo right from the off, pressing high to disrupt Jeddah's offensive game plan.

It worked as Jeddah could only get one shot to fall in the entirety of the first quarter at a basketball facility inside the Saudi Paralympic Committee headquarters.

Down the other end, Riyadh were making basket after basket thanks to easy fastbreak points.

The cherry was put on top of the cake for the first 10 minutes when Riyadh drilled a three-pointer to establish a mammoth 32-2 lead.

A similar story continued in the second quarter and the score ballooned to 51-6 at half-time.

It wasn’t long until a party atmosphere broke out with Riyadh's players on the sidelines clapping and singing along to the drum music by the local faithful.

They were allowed to let loose once the final buzzer rang and Riyadh were crowned champions.

In the bronze-medal match, Jazan eased to a comfortable 42-29 victory against Al-Jouf.

Almost from the first buzzer, Jazan looked the stronger of the two teams as they jumped into a 10-8 advantage by the end of the first quarter.

While it was just a one possession lead, the difference between the two teams started to show in the second as Jazan jumped into a 20-12 advantage at half-time.

Jazan were making life difficult for their opponents on almost every play, but, if a good look presented itself, Al-Jouf struggled to finish.

In the third quarter, Jazan had Al-Jouf where they wanted them with a double-digit lead, although it was later reduced to seven.

No matter, Al-Jouf could not start the fourth quarter strong and Jazan cruised to victory.

In triathlon, Kevin Orlandi and Elisa Gracie won the men's and women's titles respectively.

Orlandi bettered Abdullah Dhiabi and Abdullah Ali Reda, who followed in the second and third, while Gracie defeated silver medallist Nermin Ali Reda and bronze medallist Yasmine Shaaban.

Saruj Hussain was victorious in the women's singles event thanks to an 11-8, 14-12, 11-8, 11-8 win against Batool Al-Abbad in the final.

Shadan Saadi achieved bronze after defeating Shog Shunefi 11-3, 11-5, 12-10, 11-4.

Abdulaziz Al-Abbad won the men's singles event after beating Ali Al-Khadrawi 11-8, 9-11, 11-8, 9-11, 7-11, 11-7, 11-8 at the SAOC Complex.

Standing on the ILCA6 Open men's single handed dinghy podium was Khaled Samir Shwaiter in first, with Bruno Battista Franca and Abdulaziz Al-Qasab either wearing silver and bronze.