Mexico's Parapan American champion Eliezer Buenaventura claimed the gold medal in the F42-47 under-20 javelin competition as action concluded at the World Para Athletics Junior Championships in Nottwil in Switzerland today.
The Raza Point System is being used to decide the winners at the World Championships, meaning points are awarded to each athlete according to their specific class and their final performance at the Swiss Paraplegic Centre.
The Toronto 2015 gold medallist finished on top of the podium on 958.00 points.
The silver medal went to Rinku Rinku of India after he finished on 945.00 points, while the bronze went to Iran's Mohammad Fathiganji, who finished fourth at Rio 2016, on 875.00.
Hannah Dederick of the United States won her fourth gold medal of the event in the women's under-18 100 metres T51-54 event.
She added a third yesterday by winning the women's 800m T51-54 but sealed a memorable quadruple 24 hours later by scoring 890.406 points.
Lucia Montenegro of Argentina finished second in 766.164 points and Elizabeth Floch, another American, completed the podium on 624.309.
Brazil's double Youth Parapan American champion Pablo Fabricio Furlan won the men's under-18 long jump F11-F13 title.
He scored 377.00 points to finish top of the standings
Sergio Alamar Garcia of Spain finished second in 358.00 points and the bronze medal went to his compatriot Eduardo Manuel Uceda Novas on 295.00.
Furlan also started as favourite in the men's 400m T11-T13 but endured a miserable day, finishing in sixth place.
Mario Andres Chessani Garcia of Mexico took the gold medal on 697.307 points.
The silver medal went to Belarus' Ivan Lukashevich on 663.807 while Samuel Naranjo Rios of Colombia completed the top three on 473.166.
Ecuador's world junior champion and London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships silver medallist Damian Carcelen took the gold medal in the men's 400m T20.
He posted a score of 939.439 to finish top of the leader board in front of compatriot Alexander Colorado Mina Anderson, who took silver on 916.254 points.
The bronze medal went to Charles-Antoine Kouakou of France on 904.471 points.