Saudi Games 2022 Bulletin: 4 November 22
HRH Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed honours the equestrian medallists
Joining HRH was HRH Princess Delayel Nahar Al Saud, and HRH Prince Abdullah bin Fahd bin Abdullah bin Mohamed Al Saud
HRH Princess Delayel also honoured the medallists of the Women’s volleyball competitions
The latest from the Saudi Games 2022, which continues in Riyadh until 7 November.
HRH Prince Fahd bin Jalawi bin Abdulaziz bin Musaed, Vice-president of the Saudi Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and Director of the Saudi Games, today honoured the equestrian medallists in the jumping category, which took place at the Equestrian Club in Al-Jenadriyah.
He was joined by HRH Princess Delayel Nahar Al Saud, Deputy Director of the Saudi Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and Deputy Director of the Saudi Games and HRH Prince Abdullah bin Fahd bin Abdullah bin Mohamed Al Saud, President of the Saudi Arabian Equestrian Federation.
HRH Princess Delayel also honoured the medallists of the Women’s volleyball competitions.
Over at the SAOC Complex, the Women’s Volleyball finals were the first matches of the day,
Al-Hilal won the gold medal after beating Al-Etifaq with a close call of 3-2. Alanka was able to secure the bronze medal after placing third and winning over Al-Faisali 3-1.
In the Men’s Volleyball semi-finals, meanwhile, Al-Ahli beat Al-Ibtisam with a score of 3-1, while Al-Hilal scored 3-1 against Al-Etihad in the second match and secured their ticket to the finals.
The final match between Al-Ahli and Al-Hilal takes place tomorrow, while Al-Etihad and Al-Ibtsam will play for bronze earlier in the day.
The Desert Falcons soared high and were able to place first in the jumping category. They were awarded the gold medal after the astonishing performance of Abdullah ABALKHAIL, Aljwhrah AL-TUWAIJIRI, Abdullah AL SHEIKH, and Khaled AL MOTBI. In the same category, Albwani won silver and was represented by jockeys Nasser AL SHAWAF, Funun AL HUMAIDAN, Abdul Rahman AL MUTAWA, and Mohamed AL ASAKER. Finally, Alsacb placed third and secured a bronze medal. The team was represented by jockeys Khaled AL HADI, Mohammed AL-HUMAIDAN, Naglaa AL HAMID, and Nasser AL-BAQMI.
HRH Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Musaed Al-Saud, President of the Saudi Shooting Federation, today honoured the fencing medallists in the Women's Foil Individual and Men's Sabre Individual categories, after the event concluded at the Al-Riyadh Club.
In the Women's Foil Individual category, fencer Anaheed Faris ALKHIBIRI secured the gold medal. Winning silver was Aya Ammar YOUSEF, followed by a joint bronze for Leen Adnan ALFOUZAN and Joud Homoud ALSHEHRI.
Turning to the Men’s Sabre Individual category, fencer Saad Mohammed ALBAQMI placed first and was awarded the gold medal. The silver medal was won by Ali Saeed ALBAHRANI, followed by a joint bronze for fencers Adel Mukhld ALMUTAIRI and Abdullah Ahmed ALMANSAF.
With two thrilling matches at the KSU Arena, the Handball semi-finals concluded today.
Al-Khaleej secured its place in the finals after winning against Al-Noor with a close call of 37-36.
In the second match, Al-Hada beat Al-Trraji with a score of 24-23.
As a result, Al-Hada will meet Al-Khaleej in the finals on Sunday. Meanwhile, Al-Noor will compete with Al-Trraji for the battle for third place.
The Chess competitions continued for the third day in a row at Arkan Sport Complex.
The event will see its medallists determined on 6 November.
The Sailing continued today at the Jubail Water Sports Center. It is set to conclude on 7 November.
The boxing quarterfinals concluded today at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium.
For details of the athletes who have made it to the semi-finals, please visit: https://results.saudigames.sa/#/nsg2022/schedule/days/2022-11-04.
Yesterday, Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Stadium witnessed the start of the Wheelchair Basketball competitions which were held in the Paralympic Court.
In the first match, Al-Riyadh beat Al-Madinah with a remarkable score of 75-11, while Jeddah beat Al-Jouf with a score of 53-33. As for the third match, Riyadh won over Jazan with a score of 87-29.
In today’s matches, Riyadh beat Jeddah with a score of 80-41, while Al-Jouf won its match against Jazan with a score of 72-18.
The next round of competitions will take place tomorrow, where Al-Madinah will meet Al-Jouf, and Jazan takes on Jeddah.
COMING UP TOMORROW:
The Saudi Games 2022 continues tomorrow Saturday 5 November, featuring seven sports.
The Men and Women’s Boxing semi-finals continue, while the Fencing finals will focus on the Men’s Individual Foil and Women's Épée Individual categories.
Likewise, the Shooting competition will continue at the City Public Security Training Shooting Range.
Futsal continues at the KSU Arena, where Al-Hilal meets Al-Yamamah in the Women’s finals for a battle over gold, while Al-Nassr takes on Al-Shabab to determine who secures third place.
In the Men’s finals, Al-Nassr will compete against Al-Etifaq to determine who takes home the gold medal, and Musadaa and Al-Ardh will face each other in the battle for bronze.
The Athletics games will start tomorrow at Al-Riyadh Club. The event will feature Men’s 110 Metres Hurdles, 100 Metres, 400 Metres, Javelin, Long Jump, and Shot Put.
The Sport Climbing event will be held at the Fan Zone in Al Nakheel Mall, while the skateboarding competition will take place at The Boulevard Riyadh.
The Karting games will be hosted at the Dirab Park, while the Table Tennis event will take place at the Leaders Development Institute in the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Olympic Complex.
The Karate event will kick off at KSU Arena, while the Equestrian Endurance games will take place at the Equestrian Club in Al-Jenadriyah.
For tomorrow’s full schedule, as well as information on the athletes and clubs participating, please visit: https://results.saudigames.sa/#/nsg2022/schedule/days/2022-11-05.
SAUDI GAMES 2022
Featuring over 6,000 male and female athletes from more than 200 national clubs, the Saudi Games 2022 continues until 7 November 2022. During the historical sporting event, participants will compete in 45 individual and team sports, including five para sports contests, totalling 180 individual competitions.