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).