World No. 1 equestrian Henrik von Eckermann in Riyadh finals

World No. 1 equestrian Henrik von Eckermann in Riyadh finals
World No. 1 equestrian Henrik von Eckermann in Riyadh finals

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - HANGZHOU: Saudi Arabia finished the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, with a total of 10 medals – four gold, two silver and four bronze.

The games, which saw the participation of 12,000 athletes representing 45 Asian countries, concluded on Sunday evening at the Olympic Stadium in Hangzhou.

The Kingdom finished the competition in 19th place in the overall rankings.

The closing ceremony saw the flag of Nagoya in Japan hoisted, which will be the host city for the 20th Asian Games in 2026.

Following the ceremony, a parade of the participating countries took place, with Saudi Arabian jiu-jitsu athlete Abdulmalik Al-Murdhi holding the Saudi flag.

China topped the overall medal table of the Asian Games with a total of 383 medals (201 gold, 111 silver, 71 bronze). Japan came in second with 188 medals (52 gold, 67 silver, 69 bronze), and South Korea in third with 190 medals (42 gold, 59 silver, 89 bronze).

Among Arab countries, Bahrain ranked ninth with 20 medals (12 gold, three silver, five bronze), Qatar ranked 15th with 14 medals (five gold, six silver, three bronze), and the UAE ranked 16th with 20 medals (five gold, five silver, 10 bronze).

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