2021 Pan American Weightlifting Championships Results — 36 Medals for USA

All 19 USA weightlifters posted a total and finished within the top five of their respective categories.

The 2021 Pan American Weightlifting Championships (PAWC) results are in. From Nov. 3-7, 2021, the competition in Guayaquil, Ecuador, was live-streamed via the Pan American Weightlifting Federation (PAWF) YouTube channel and saw Colombia and the USA dominate with a combined 82 medals out of a possible 180.

Check out the medal table below in descending order from most golds to fewest. It includes medals for snatch, clean & jerk, and total:

2021 Pan American Weightlifting Championships Medal Table

  • Colombia | Gold: 26 | Silver: 13 | Bronze: 7 | Total: 46
  • United States | Gold: 14 | Silver: 11 | Bronze: 11 | Total: 36
  • Dominican Republic | Gold: 9 | Silver: 6 | Bronze: 1 | Total: 16
  • Mexico | Gold: 4 | Silver: 9 | Bronze: 12 | Total: 25
  • Venezuela | Gold: 3 | Silver: 11 | Bronze: 3 | Total: 17
  • Peru | Gold: 2 | Bronze: 2 | Total: 4
  • Brazil | Gold: 1 | Silver: 5 | Bronze: 11 | Total: 17
  • Ecuador | Gold: 1 | Silver: 5 Bronze: 6 | Total: 12
  • Puerto Rico | Bronze: 4 | Total: 4
  • Canada | Bronze: 2 | Total: 2 
  • Guatamala | Bronze: 1 | Total: 1

Every one of the 19 lifters on the USA’s roster posted a total and finished within the top five of their division.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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2021 Pan American Weightlifting Championships Results

Below are the results for all 10  Men’s weight categories from the 2021 PAWC:

Men’s 55 KG

  1. Miguel Suárez, Colombia — 244 kilograms
  2. Winder Sànchez, Venezuela — 242 kilograms
  3. José Poox, Mexico  — 229 kilograms

Men’s 61 KG

  1. Hampton Morris, USA — 268 kilograms
  2. Thiago Silva, Brazil — 267 kilograms
  3. Victor Guemez, Mexico — 267 kilograms

Men’s 67 KG

  1. Francisco Mosquera, Colombia — 320 kilograms
  2. Luis Javier Mosquera, Colombia — 317 kilograms
  3. Jair Reyes, Ecuador — 301 kilograms

Men’s 73 KG

  1. Julio Cedeño, Dominican Republic — 315 kilograms
  2. Josué Aguilar, Mexico — 301 kilograms
  3. Jacob Horst, USA — 300 kilograms

Men’s 81 KG

  1. Bryan Rodallegas, Colombia — 347 kilograms
  2. Darvin Castro, Venezuela — 335 kilograms
  3. Josué Ferreira, Brazil — 334 kilograms

Men’s 89 KG

  1. Jhor Moreno, Colombia — 362 kilograms
  2. Diego Betancur, Colombia — 360 kilograms
  3. Beau Brown, USA — 335 kilograms

Men’s 96 KG

  1. Keydomar Vallenilla, Venezuela — 388 kilograms
  2. Nathan Damron, USA — 371 kilograms
  3. Wilmer Contreras, Ecuador — 337 kilograms

Vallenilla scored a Pan American clean & jerk record of 214 kilograms.

Men’s 102 KG

  1. Lesman Paredes, Colombia — 386 kilograms
  2. Marco Gregório, Brazil — 355 kilograms
  3. Serafim Veli, Brazil — 348 kilograms

Paredes scored a Pan American snatch record of 181 kilograms.

Men’s 109 KG

  1. Hernán Viera, Peru — 361 kilograms
  2. Josué Medina, Mexico — 350 kilograms
  3. Richard Davidson, Canada — 337 kilograms

Men’s +109 KG

  1. Keiser Witte, USA — 396 kilograms
  2. Raúl Manriquez, Mexico — 392 kilograms
  3. Santiago Cossio, Colombia — 385 kilograms

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Below are the results for all 10  Women’s weight categories from the 2021 PAWC:

Women’s 45KG

  1. Diana Chay, Mexico — 157 kilograms
  2. Rosielis Quintana, Venezuela — 153 kilograms
  3. Viviana Muñoz, Mexico — 148 kilograms

Women’s 49KG 

  1. Hayley Reichardt, USA — 187 kilograms
  2. Dahiana Ortiz, Dominican Republic — 182 kilograms
  3. Maddison Pannell, USA — 177 kilograms

Women’s 55KG 

  1. Nathalia Novas, Dominican Republic — 193 kilograms
  2. Jennifer Hernández, Ecuador — 192 kilograms
  3. Génesis Rodriguez, Venezuela — 190 kilograms

Women’s 59KG

  1. Yenni Álvarez, Colombia — 230 kilograms — Pan American record
  2. Rosivé Silgado, Colombia — 215 kilograms
  3. Gilyeliz Guzmán, Puerto Rico — 203 kilograms

Álvarez scored Pan American records in the snatch (100 kilograms), clean & jerk (130 kilograms), and total.

Women’s 64KG 

  1. Natalia Llamosa, Colombia — 228 kilograms
  2. Eva Gurrola, Mexico — 211 kilograms
  3. Taylor Wilkins, USA — 211 kilograms

Women’s 71KG 

  1. Meredith Alwine, USA —237 kilograms
  2. Miyareth Mendoza, Colombia — 235 kilograms
  3. Mariah Park, USA — 231 kilograms

Women’s 76KG 

  1. Katherine Nye, USA — 240 kilograms
  2. Mattie Rogers, USA — 237 kilograms
  3. Laura Amaro, Brazil — 236 kilograms

Women’s 81KG 

  1. Valeria Rivas, Colombia — 242 kilograms
  2. Yudelina Mejia, Dominican Republic — 241 kilograms
  3. Amanda Schott, Brazil — 226 kilograms

Women’s 87KG 

  1. Crismery Santana, Dominican Republic — 247 kilograms
  2. Dayana Chirinos, Venezuela — 239 kilograms
  3. Yeini Geles, Colombia — 237 kilograms

Women’s +87KG 

  1. Mary Theisen-Lappen, USA — 270 kilograms
  2. Lisseth Ayovi, Ecuador — 243 kilograms
  3. Gladis Bueno, Mexico — 234 kilograms

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