2023 Pan American Junior Weightlifting Championships Results

The host country of Colombia scored 17 medals, the most of any nation.

The 2023 Pan American Junior Weightlifting Championships took place on May 10-15, 2023, in Manizales, Colombia. Ten weight categories for the Junior Men’s division and Junior Women’s division were featured, with the 10 different countries represented.

The medal table in Manizales saw the host country score the most gold medals and most medals overall. Mexico, Ecuador, and Venezuela were the other three top-performing countries.

2023 Pan American Junior Weightlifting Championships Medal Table

Below are the medals won by each of the represented countries in Manizales, Colombia.

Colombia — 17

  • Gold — 10
  • Silver — Six
  • Bronze — One

Mexico — 11

  • Gold — Four
  • Silver — Three
  • Bronze — Four

Ecuador — Eight

  • Gold — Two
  • Silver — One
  • Bronze — Five

Venezuela — Seven

  • Gold — Two
  • Silver — Four 
  • Bronze — One

Chile — Four

  • Silver — Two
  • Bronze — Two

Canada — Three

  • Gold — Two
  • Silver — One

Brazil — Three

  • Gold — One
  • Silver — One
  • Bronze — One

Peru — One

  • Bronze — One

Puerto Rico and Costa Rica did not have an athlete on a podium.

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2023 Pan American Junior Weightlifting Championships Results

Below are the results for each of the 20 weight categories across the Men’s and Women’s divisions. Each athlete’s score is listed as follows in kilograms: (snatch/clean & jerk) Total.

Women’s 45KG

  1. Lawren Sofia Estrada Velez (COL) — (62/81) 143
  2. Mariangeli Irene Martinez Rosales (VEN) — (57/83) 140
  3. Alexandra Yamileth Lopez Ledezma (MEX) — (60/76) 136

Women’s 49KG

  1. Kerlys Maria Montilla Madrid (VEN) — (76/100) 176
  2. Karoll Dahyanne Lopez Alvarez (COL) — (77/92) 169
  3. Joseline Lopez Gonzalez (MEX) — (70/91) 161

Women’s 55KG

  1. Maria Perlaza (COL) — (77/97) 174
  2. Andrea Uitzil (MEX) — (81/92) 173
  3. Brithany Judith Moncayo Fuentes (ECU) — (74/97) 171

Women’s 59KG

  1. Karen Tatiana Mosquera Caceres (COL) — (93/112) 205
  2. Jessica Isabel Palacios Dajome (ECU) — (88/111) 199
  3. Julia Viera (BRA) — (85/107) 192

Women’s 64KG

  1. Ingrid Vanesa Segura Grueso (COL) — (88/109) 197
  2. Keily Carolina Silva Fernandez (VEN) — (89/107) 196
  3. Karina Torres (CHI) — (83/106) 189

Women’s 71KG

  1. Mariana Garcia Gomez (MEX) — (92/115) 207
  2. Ivanna Gabriela Cerquera Montoya (COL) — (82/107) 189
  3. Constanza Muriel A Mayorga Igor (CHI) — (78/95) 173

Women’s 76KG

  1. Kelin Juliana Jimenez Quinonez (ECU) — (100/126) 226
  2. Maria Mena (COL) — (99/117) 216
  3. Angeles Cruz Hernandez (MEX) — (98/116) 214

Women’s 81KG

  1. Mairyn Vanessa Hernandez Lizarraga (MEX) — (96/120) 216
  2. Luisa Caicedo (COL) — (97/113) 210

Note: only two athletes’ results are listed in the Women’s 81KG category.

Women’s 87KG

  1. Angie Paola Franco Rodriguez (COL) — (97/122) 219
  2. Valeria Ruiz Cruz (COL) — (95/121) 216
  3. Alisson Rodriguez (ECU) — (91/120) 211

Women’s +87KG

  1. Taiane Justino De Lima (BRA) — (107/140) 247
  2. Arantzazu Elizabeth A Pavez Miranda (CHI) — (98/115) 213

Note: only two athletes’ results are listed in the Women’s +87KG category.

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Men’s 55KG

  1. Daniel Arrieta (COL) — (95/120) 215
  2. Angello Solorzano (VEN) — (92/113) 205
  3. Nol Jermis Rios Chumbe (PER) — (90/110) 200

Men’s 61KG

  1. Adolfo Angel Tun Dzib (MEX) — (101/145) 246
  2. Jose Eber Gonzalez Marmolejo (COL) — (109/133) 242
  3. Leonardo Ocando (VEN) — (107/131) 238

Men’s 67KG

  1. Sebastian Olivares (COL) — (127/158) 285
  2. Fabian Jose Marquez Luces (VEN) — (120/157) 277
  3. Erick Wellington Estupinan Vacacela (ECU) — (114/145) 259

Men’s 73KG

  1. Reinner Josue Arango Mendez (VEN) — (135/166) 301
  2. Darvin Ariel Pech Gomez (MEX) — (120/154) 274
  3. Jhon Delgado (ECU) — (121/148) 269

Men’s 81KG

  1. German Enrique Palacios Dajome (ECU) — (140/163) 303
  2. Ihann Enrique Barreras Carmona (MEX) — (131/164) 295
  3. Cruz Roberto (MEX) — (132/145) 277

Men’s 89KG

  1. Marcos Bonilla (COL) — (138/171) 309
  2. Matheus De Sousa Pessanha (BRA) — (140/168) 308
  3. Edinson Yoseth Calero Caballero (COL) — (128/167) 295

Men’s 96KG

  1. Xavier Martin Alexandre Lusignan (CAN) — (155/190) 345
  2. Jaxon Severo (CAN) — (133/165) 298

Note: only two athletes’ results are listed in the Men’s 96KG category.

Men’s 102KG

  1. Sergio Munoz (COL) — (155/190) 345

Note: only Munoz’s results are listed in the Men’s 102KG category.

Men’s 109KG

  1. Daniel David Diaz Mercado (COL) — (152/187) 339
  2. Antonio Manuel Cabrera Facio (MEX) — (135/160) 295

Note: only two athletes’ results are listed in the Men’s 109 category.

Men’s +109KG

  1. Max Von (CAN) — (143/178) 321
  2. Alonso Javier Bizama Conejero (CHI) — (136/177) 313
  3. Luis Rosero (ECU) — (135/174) 309

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