Gold: Nader Moradi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Silver: Roohallah Rostami (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Bronze: Peng Hu (People’s Republic of China)
Thongsa Marasri (Thailand)
Sergey Meladze (Turkmenistan)
Nnamdi Innocent (Nigeria)
Quanxi Yang (People’s Republic of China)
Peng Hu (People’s Republic of China)
Nader Moradi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Roohallah Rostami (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Cosme Akpovi (Benin)
Yoshiki Sano (Japan)
Alessio Manca (Italy)
Nobuhiro Saitoh (Japan)
Jose Davidcoronel (Argentina)
David Page (United States of America)
Matteo Cattini (Italy)
Maksat Argymbaev (Kyrgyzstan)
Bakhtiyor Donayorov (Tajikistan)
Oscar A. Grueso (Colombia)
Carlos H. Solis (Nicaragua)
Randall A. Munguia (Costa Rica)
Paul Tesoriero (Australia)
Rey Melchor Dimas (Panama)
Jose Manuel Abud (Dominican Republic)
Luis Enesto Jorge (Dominican Republic)
For more information on the Mexico City 2017 World Para Powerlifting Championships, please visit: www.paralympic.org/mexico-city-2017
Results will be available here: www.paralympic.org/mexico-city-2017/live-results
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The 2017 Para Sport Festival will feature both the World Para Swimming Championships and World Para Powerlifting Championships.
Two of the biggest Para sport competitions will be held together for the first time in history in Mexico City from 2-8 December.
The competition has been rescheduled from 30 September - 7 October following the devastating earthquake that hit Mexico City on 19 September.
Around 1,200 athletes, officials and staff from 89 countries plus the Independent Paralympic Athletes’ Team will compete across both sports.