Parapan American Games champion Juan Carlos Garrido was among the winners on day two of the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Bogota.
The Chilean triumphed in the men's under-59 kilograms category, outlifting El Salvador's Herbert Aceituno by 8kg to take the gold medal.
Garrido lifted 180kg, Aceituno 172kg, and third-place Niel Gercia Trelles of Peru 150kg.
Aceituno was also a Lima 2019 champion, but in a higher weight category.
It was one of two titles won by Chilean athletes today, as Javier Jimenez Cabrera topped the under-54kg standings with a best lift of 123kg.
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Peru's Diego Quispe was second and Elias Federico Medina of Argentina third.
Abdullah Kayapinar of Turkey won the men's under-49kg as the lone competitor.
Tatiana Gabaglio Rodriguez of Paraguay won the women's under-67kg and Colombia's Bertha Cecilia Fernandez Arango the under-73kg, but there was no victor at either under-79kg or under-86kg.
The event is set to conclude in the Colombian capital tomorrow.