Saudi Games, the largest national sporting event in the history of the kingdom. Hosted in Riyadh, Saudi Games 2022 saw more than 6000 participants, 2000 technical and administrative supervisors. Representing more than 200 clubs in the Kingdom, 45 sports for both individuals and teams and 5 games dedicated to the Paralympic Sports.

Saudi Games aims to provide a platform to all Saudi Athletes and excel to their best potentials, as well as inspire the Saudi Youth and demonstrate globally the Kingdom’s capabilities to host the largest events.

Following the latest action from the Saudi Games 2022, which continues in Riyadh until Nov. 7, with Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed, vice president of the Saudi Olympic and Paralympic Committee and director of the Saudi Games, presenting the winners of Muaythai competition with their medals.

Right to Left: Prince Fahad bin Mansour bin Saad (President of SMF), Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Musaed (vice president of the Saudi Olympic and Paralympic Committee and director of the Saudi Games) & Eng. Abdulaziz Albnan (CEO of SMF).

The Muaythai competition took place at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium, which featured 56 male and female athletes.

In the men’s 54 kg category, Khaled Aldawalibi took first place and the gold medal, followed by Abdulaziz Alammar with silver. Firas Alanki, meanwhile, earned bronze.

In the men’s 67 kg category and securing first place and the gold medal was Abdullah Alqahtani. Faris Al-Rimi won silver, followed by joint bronze medalists Abdullah Alsanea and Abdulelah Abu Maghaid.

Left to Right: Prince Fahad Bin Mansour Bin Saad, Prince Fahad Bin Jalawi Bin Musaed, Eng. Abdulaziz Albnan & Men’s 67 KG winners: Faris Al-Rimi (Silver), Abdullah Alqahtani (Gold), Abdullah Alsanea (Joint Bronze), Abdulelah Abu Maghaid (Joint Bronze)

In the men’s 77 kg category, the gold medal went to Mohammed Asoum, followed by Einad Baawidan with silver, and then joint bronze medalists Abdul Rahman Bahabeh and Ali Alharbi.

In the women’s 54 kg competition, Hattan Alsaif won gold, followed by Raneem Alsharif with silver, and joint bronze medalists were Sumaya Aidabbagh and Dana Alghussain.

While being honored by Prince Fahd, the medallists were also congratulated by Prince Fahad bin Mansour Al-Saud, president of the Saudi Muay Thai Federation, aswell as Khalid Alsaad, president of the Saudi Padel Committee.