Peru gets 15 medals at Lima 2019 Parapan American Games

15:11 | Lima, Sep. 1.

Peru Team won a total of 15 medals at Lima 2019 Parapan American Games.

They included gold (5), silver (3), and bronze (7). These results marked a historic record by surpassing the country's record of 11 medals earned in Mexico 1999.

Below is the list of Peruvian winners:

Rosbil Guillen (Para Athletics Men's 1500m T11)
Pedro de Vinatea (Para Badminton Men's Singles SL3)
Pilar Jauregui (Para Badminton Women's Singles WH2)
Rimas Hilario (Para Cycling Road Men's Time Trial C1-5)
Leonor Espinoza (Para Taekwondo Women's K44 Under 49kg)

Luis Sandoval (Para Athletics Men's 5000m T11)
Carlos Felipa (Para Athletics Men's Shot Put F63)
Jorge Arcela (Shooting Para Sport Mixed's 10m Air Rifle Prone SH1)

Antero Villalobos (Para Judo Men's -81 kg)
Efrain Sotacuro (Para Athletics Men's 1500m T46)
Hector Salva (Para Badminton Men's Singles SS6)
Juana Vasquez (Para Powerlifting Women's Up to 50kg)
Rodrigo Santillan (Para Swimming Men's 100m Backstroke S2 (S1))
Dunia Felices (Para Swimming Women's 50m Butterfly S5 (S1-S4))
Kenydi Fernandez (Para Taekwondo Men's K44 Under 61kg)

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

Brazil claimed 308 medals: gold (124), silver (99), and bronze (85). It was followed by the United States, with 185 medals: gold (58), silver (62), and bronze (65), whereas Mexico ended third (158): gold (55), silver (58), and bronze (45).


Publicado: 1/9/2019