Three-time Paralympic champion Amalia Perez was among the 73 athletes who took part in a virtual Para powerlifting competition organised by the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of Colombia.
The competition was held earlier this month and involved lifters from eight countries in the Americas region.
Perez, who won Paralympic gold at Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016, triumphed in the category for athletes in the 41 kilograms, up to 45kg, up to 50kg, up to 55 kg and up to 61kg divisions.
The Mexican star finished ahead of Colombia’s Aura Cristina Poblador in second and Mexico’s Laura Cerero in third.
Colombia enjoyed a clean sweep in the men's 'B' group - for competitors in the up to 88kg, up to 97kg, up to 107kg and over 107kg category - as Fabio Torres topped the standings in front of Jainer Cantillo and Jhon Castaneda.
Herbert Aceituno of El Salvador, the Lima 2019 Parapan American Games champion, was among the other winners.
Aceituno won the 49kg, up to 54kg and up to 59kg division, while Brazil’s Bruno Carra and Colombia’s Omar Garcia came second and third respectively.
"It was great to see so many athletes competing with the same passion they show in regular competitions," said event organiser Angie Canaria.
"I would like to thank NPC Colombia, the officials, all participant NPCs and the fans who were connected with us.
"We hope to meet you again soon through our sport."