Tunisia won six of its 16 gold medals on the final day ©CNPT

Tunisia have comfortably finished top of the standings at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in its capital city of Tunis with 16 golds.

In total, the host nation won 34 medals including 10 silvers and eight bronzes.

Iraq's eight gold, five silver and two bronze medals saw them finish second while six golds, seven silvers, and a single bronze put Uzbekistan third.

Tunisia claimed six gold medals on the final day of the three-day event.

Fadhila Nafati led a one-two alongside Mabrouka Garbaya Ep Hmida in the women's F54/55 shotput.

Nafati's score of 6.37 gave her a clear victory over Garbaya Ep Hmida's 5.48 while Algerian Raziqa Guichouma won bronze with 3.90.

Quadruple Paralympic gold medallist was also in fine form as he won the men's T34 titles in 100 metres and 200m.

In the 100m, his time of 15.89sec meant he defeated compatriot Mohamed Nidhal Khelifi by 0.25.

Tunisia won 34 medals in total at its home World Para Athletics Grand Prix ©CNPT
Tunisia won 34 medals in total at its home World Para Athletics Grand Prix ©CNPT

Ali Radi Arshid of Qatar bagged bronze with 16.98 on the clock.

The most complete display from Tunisia came in the women's F40/41 shot put as the country achieved a podium sweep.

Samar Ben Koelleb won by a distance as he launched the projectile 9.31m.

Raja Jebali's 8.22m put him second ahead of Nourheim Belhaj Salem on 8.16m.

Rima Abdelli, also of Tunisia, then came fourth with a best attempt of 6.98m.

The next Grand Prix event is set to take place in the United Arab Emirates from February 26 to March 1 at the Dubai Club for the People of Determination.

The venue also hosted the Para Athletics World Championships.