Mohammed Tolo won the men's discus with Abo Baker Zakaria, left and Osama Al-Oqaili, right, joining him ©Saudi Games

Abdullah Mohammed and Mohammed Tolo capped off the Saudi Games in style as they became two-time winners at the multi-sport event in Riyadh.

Mohammed - the winner of the men's 100 metres - was the first to achieve the feat as he repeated his success in the men's 200m.

He notched a time of 20.50 seconds as Mahmoud Ibrahim sprinted to the finish 0.11 seconds after, and Nasser Abdoh secured bronze as he registered 20.82sec.

Tolo tasted the same level of glory thanks to his unbeatable performance in the men's discus.

The men's shot put victor recorded 54.65m to defeat Abo Baker Zakaria by 3.66m.

Osama Al-Oqaili bagged bronze for throwing 49.38m.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Al-Moaawi raced to victory in the men's 400m hurdles after notching a time of 50.81sec to beat Azzam Abo Baker by 0.76 seconds.

Mohammed Al-Amrad was not far off the silver medallist as he finished just 0.09sec later.

In the men's 800m, Sami Al-Yami rose to champion status in recording 1min 50.64sec, which was enough to edge Eissa Ghazwani and Abdulaziz Laden by 0.84sec and 1.39sec respectively.

Women's long jump winner Raghad Boariesh leapt 4.85m to bag the gold medal, while Sarah Al-Hilali registered 0.35m less to win silver.

Saja Al-Ramis secured bronze for putting 4.13m on the board.

Athletics action was not done there as Para athlete Hani Al-Nakhli topped the men's shot put F33 podium.

Khaled Al-Ahmari finished runner-up and Abdul Salam Al-Ruwaili came third.

Nada Al-Hamidani rounded off the events at the Al-Riyadh Club by winning the women's shot put F57 gold medal.

Jawaher Al Ahmad came closest to upsetting her, but had to settle for second, and Nadia Al Thubaiti climbed onto the podium in third.

At the King Saud University Arena, Al-Anoud Al-Tamimi was the first fighter to get her hands on a ju-jitsu gold medal.

She defeated Lama Al-Madani in the women's under-60-kilogram final, as Reem Al-Attallah and Bashyer Homadi achieved bronze medals for reaching the semi-finals.

Next to claim a title was Dena Elias, who stole the honours in the women's over-60kg division.

She sealed an easy win against Lina Qari, with Elham Al-Sayrafy and Reem Al-Attas settling for the bronzes.

In the men's competition, Abdulmalek Al-Murdhi stood top of the tree in the under-66kg class thanks to a submission victory against Faris Kshmeeri.

Majed Al-Anazi and Osama Kandil won the bronze medals.

Essa Chamaissani conquered all in the under-77kg category after downing Omar Nada, while Mohammed Khan and Mohanad Aziz took the bronze medals on offer.

Osama Al-Sumari notched a win against Khalid Al-Ghamdi in the under-88kg class and Abdulrahman Aburameileh ended the inaugural Saudi Games with a triumph versus Saleh Al-Homida in the over-88kg division.

Abdullah Al-Ghannam and Abdulmohsen Al-Saif walked away with bronzes in the under-88kg event, while Diaaeldin Badran and Hussam Bukhari completed the podium in the over-88kg.