The end of the Lima 2019 Parapan American Games was marked by the Closing Ceremony at the VIDENA Athletics Stadium, with Brazil finishing on top of the medal table.
The vibrant Ceremony featured a tribute to volunteers, speeches from Lima 2019 President Carlos Neuhaus and Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) President Julio César Ávila, and a number of musical performances.
After the Games were officially declared closed, the APC flag was handed to Chilean sports undersecretary Andres Otero Klein, with Santiago hosting the 2023 edition of the competition.
Brazil dominated in Lima, topping the medal table with 124 gold, 99 silver and 85 bronze.
They claimed several gold medals on the final day of action, including in the boccia competition.
A Brazilian team triumphed in the pairs BC4 round robin, defeating Mexico 10-0, before another gold was earned in the team BC1/BC2 round robin after Brazil beat Argentina 8-1.
A third Brazilian gold came in the pairs BC3 round robin following a 4-3 victory over Canada.
Vitor Goncalves Tavares then defeated Miles Krajewski of the United States 21-18, 18-21, 21-14 in the men's badminton singles SS6 F, concluding a successful competition for Brazil.
A number of medals were also awarded in the Para-road cycling events, with Colombia topping the podium three times.
Nelson Serna was the victor in the men's road race B, crossing the line in 2 hours 18min 4sec.
He finished in front of Raul Villalba in 2:28:03, with another Argentinian, Maximillano Gomez, taking bronze for the same time.
Colombia's second gold came in the mixed road race T1-2 final through Nestor Ayala in 35:02.
Silver went to Matthew Rodriguez of the US in 35:04, while Michael Shetler of Canada claimed bronze in 35:36.
Alejandro Perea then triumphed in the men's road race C1-3 with a time of 1:50:31.
Costa Rica's Henry Raabe was second in 1:50:32, while American Joseph Berenyi finished third in 1:55:04.
A total of 1,850 athletes from 33 countries were be in action across 17 sports during the Games in Peru's capital, with a record 100,000 tickets sold.