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Peru gets 39 medals at Lima 2019 Pan American Games

18:32 | Lima, Aug. 11.

Peru Team has won a total of 39 medals at Lima 2019 Pan American Games, Peruvian Sports Institute confirmed on Sunday.

They included gold (11), silver (7), and bronze (21). These results marked a historic record.

No.

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

SPORT

1

Gladys Tejeda

(Women’s marathon)

 

 

Athletics

2

Christhian Pacheco

(Men’s marathon)

 

 

Athletics

3

Diego Elias

(Men's Single)

 

 

Squash

4

 

Hugo del Castillo

(Men's Individual Poomsae)

 

Taekwondo

5

 

Marcela Castillo

(Women's Individual Poomsae)

 

Taekwondo

6

 

 

Luis Bardalez

(Men's 67kg)

Weightlifting

7

 

 

Diego Elias / Alonso Escudero

(Men's Doubles)

Squash

8

 

 

Ariana Vera / Renzo Saux

(Mixed Pairs Poomsae)

Taekwondo

9

Natalia Cuglievan

(Women's Tricks)

 

 

Waterski

10

 

 

Leodan Pezo

(Men's 60kg-Light)

Boxing

11

 

 

Jose Lucar

(Men’s 91kg-Heavy)

Boxing

12

 

 

Marko Carrillo

(Men's Individual 25m Rapid Fire Pistol)

Shooting

13

 

 

Itzel Delgado

(Men's SUP Race)

Surfing

14

 

 

Nicolas Pacheco

(Men's Individual Skeet)

Shooting

15

 

 

Sergio Galdos / Juan Pablo Varillas

(Men's Doubles)

Tennis

16

 

 

Sergio Galdos / Anastasia Iamachkine

(Mixed Doubles)

Tennis

17

 

Kimberly Garcia

(Women's 20km walk)

 

Athletics

18

 

Vania Torres

(Women's SUP Surfing)

 

Surfing

19

 

Tamil Martino

(Men's SUP Surfing)

 

Surfing

20

 

Maria Fernanda Reyes

(Women's Longboard)

 

Surfing

21

Benoit ‘Piccolo’ Clemente

(Men's Longboard)

 

 

Surfing

22

Daniella Rosas

(Women's Open Surfing)

 

 

Surfing

23

Lucca Mesinas

(Men's Open Surfing)

 

 

Surfing

24

 

 

Thalia Mallqui

(Women's Freestyle 50 kg)

Wrestling

25

 

 

Nathaly Paredes / Mia Rodriguez

(Women's Doubles Frontenis)

Basque Pelota

26

 

 

Maria Belen Bazo

(Women's Windsurfer)

Sailing

27

 

 

Ingrid Aranda

(Individual Women's Kata)

Karate

28

 

 

Mariano Wong

(Individual Men's Kata)

Karate

29

 

 

Saida Salcedo / Andrea Almarza / Sol Romani

(Team Women's Kata)

Karate

30

Carlos Lam / John Trebejo / Oliver del Castillo

(Team Men's Kata)

 

 

Karate

31

 

Alonso Wong

(Men's -73 kg)

 

Judo

32

Claudia Suarez

(Women's Individual Peruvian Fronton)

 

 

Basque Pelota

33

Kevin Martinez

(Men's Individual Peruvian Fronton)

 

 

Basque Pelota

34

 

 

Renzo Sanguineti

(Open Dinghy)

Sailing

35

 

 

Mario Bazan

(Men's 3000m Steeplechase)

Athletics

36

Alexandra Grande

(Women's -61kg)

 

 

Karate

37

 

 

Yuta Galarreta

(Men's -90kg)

Judo

38

 

 

Yuliana Bolivar

(Women's +78kg)

Judo

39

 

 

Isabel Aco

(Women's +68kg)

Karate



Thus, the hosting nation is part of the Top 10 medal-winning countries on this edition.


The United States claimed 293 medals: gold (120), silver (88), and bronze (85). It was followed by Brazil, with 171 medals: gold (55), silver (45), and bronze (71). Mexico ended third (136 medals): gold (37), silver (36), and bronze (63).

About Lima 2019

The Lima 2019 Pan American Games gathered over 6,000 athletes from 41 countries and delegations of the Americas. The continental event officially opened on July 26 at the National Stadium located in the Peruvian capital and ran thru August 11.

Some of the main venues were VIDENA, Villa Maria del Triunfo Sports Center, Callao Regional Sports Village, Villa El Salvador Sports Center, Punta Rocas, among others.

The Lima 2019 Pan American Games included 39 sports and 61 disciplines, in which athletes compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals.

The Parapan American Games will gather 1,890 Para athletes from 33 countries, who will participate in 17 Para sports and 18 disciplines.

Competitions will take place from August 23 to September 1, 2019. Additionally, 13 sports will be qualifiers for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

(END) ISG/MVB

Published: 8/11/2019
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