Host nation Colombia won three of the four titles on offer on the final day of the World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Bogota.
Jhon Castañeda, Francisco Palomeque and Fabio Torres were all victorious and took Colombia's gold medal total to six - enough to earn the team title.
With three gold medals and one silver, Chile place =d second ahead of Turkey.
A best lift of 185 kilograms was enough for Palomeque to win the men's under-80kg contest, ahead of Georgia's Ahmad Razm Azar - who lifted 180kg - and the Dominican Republic's Jesus Vallejo.
Torres was a convincing winner at under-97kg, with a 220kg lift more than double what runner-up Diego Flores of Paraguay could produce.
Mexican Jose De Jesus Castillo Castillo was the day's lone non-Colombian champion, taking the under-107kg title ahead of Georgian Akaki Jintcharadze.
Castillo was a Rio 2016 bronze medallist at under-97kg.
Finally, Castañeda lifted 221kg to take the over-107kg crown ahead of two Georgians, Iago Gorgodze and Giorgi Latsabidze.
Three of the day's victors - Palomeque, Castillo and Castañeda - won at the same weights where they earned Parapan American Games titles at Lima 2019.
There are four more World Para Powerlifting World Cups scheduled before the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.