Hosting global events in athletics, equestrian and swimming has been targeted by Peru following the conclusion of the Pan American Games, with positive discussions claimed to have been held with International Federations.
Throwing events gained attention on the final day action at the Lima 2019 athletics stadium with hammer thrower Gwen Berry staging a podium protest after winning gold, while Grenada’s Anderson Peters threw a Games record in the men’s javelin.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce broke a 40-year-old Pan American Games record as the Jamaican sprint star stormed to victory in the women's 200 metres here today.
Olympic champion Elaine Thompson and United States’ Michael Rodgers stormed to the women’s and men’s 100 metres titles respectively here today.
British Virgin Islands celebrated their maiden Pan American Games medal with Chantel Malone triumphing in the women’s long jump on the first competition at the VIDENA National Sports Village athletics stadium.
Olympic champion Dalilah Muhammad broke the world record in the women's 400 metres hurdles on the final day of the United States Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Des Moines.
Fiji finished sporting action at Apia Park with a flourish by earning five athletics titles at the venue, including both the 4x100 metres relay crowns.
Alex Beddoes of the Cook Islands completed the men’s middle-distance double at Samoa 2019 by triumphing in the men’s 1500 metres final here today.
Fiji's Banuve Tabakaucoro and Papua New Guinea's Toea Wisil set Pacific Games records in the 100 metres on their way to securing gold at Samoa 2019 here today.