(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Oman's top tennis player Fatma al Nabhani defeated Lavinia Tananta of Indonesia 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 in the women's singles final on Saturday to help the sultanate bag its first of three gold medals at the third Islamic Solidarity Games in Palembang, Indonesia.
In the men's beach volleyball event, Oman took two of the three podium finishes, picking up the gold and bronze medals.
In the final, the pair of Badr al Subhi and Hassan al Balushi defeated Ade Rachmawan and Koko Darkuncoro of Indonesia 2-0 (21-17, 21-12) to capture gold, while Haitham al Shuraiqi and Ahmed al Hosni beat the host nation's Fahrian Syah and Mohammed Bastomi 2-1 (21-16, 12-21, 15-7) to take bronze.
The team of Fahad al Jabri, Abdullah al Sooli, Barakat al Harthy and Mohammed al Saadi won the third gold of the day in the men's 4x100m event.
The quartet finished the race in 39.72 seconds with Saudi Arabia coming in second in 40.20s and Indonesia third in 40.37s.
The women's team of Shnoona al Habsi, Mazoon al Alawi, Hiba al Asmi and Buthaina al Yaqoobi won bronze in both the 4x100m and 4x400m events.
In the women's 4x100m relay race, Oman finished in 49.20s behind Morocco (47.18s) and Turkey (46.59s).
Later, Asmi clinched a silver in the women's javelin throw.
With three gold, two silver and five bronze medals, Oman is currently in tenth place in the medals tally. Indonesia is on top with 25 gold medals, followed by Turkey (18) and Egypt (14).
Earlier, Oman opened its medals tally on Wednesday when its ace sprinter Barakat al Harthy claimed silver in the 100m final, clocking 10.34s behind Iran's Reza Qasemi, who finished 0.04 seconds faster. The bronze medal went to Saudi Arabia's Fahad al Sobai.
In the discus throw event on the same day, Raghad al Zubaidi took bronze with a throw of 29.64m. Elcin Kaya of Turkey took gold, while Indonesia's Dwi Ratnawati took silver.
In tennis, Fatma teamed up with Sarah al Balushi to claim a bronze in women's doubles.