The Parapan American Games were a massive success for Spokane athletes.
Here's how they did.
T54 100m 6th 16.33
T54 400m 9th 56.11
T54 1500m 8th 3:28.59
T53 100m 7th 16.68
T53 400m SILVER 55.52
T53 800m Silver 1:53.64
T54 1500m 6th 3:27.89
T54 5000m 4th 12:34.75
T54 100m GOLD *PPAG RECORD 17.30
T54 400m GOLD 58.96 (Watch the Race)
T54 800m SILVER 2:06.30 (Watch the race)
T54 1500m 2nd 4:03.33 (non medal event)
T54 5000m 3rd (non-medal event) 13:40.78 (Watch the Highlights)
T54 100m 5th 19.26
T54 400m Bronze 1:06.00 (Watch the Race)
T37 200m GOLD *PPAG RECORD 28.30 (Watch the race)
T37 100m GOLD *PPAG RECORD 13.78 (Watch the race)
T37 Long Jump GOLD 4.68m
TEAM USA Universal Relay ~Prelims~ First in heat, 47.86
TEAM USA Universal Relay GOLD 47.94 (Watch the race)
Isaiah Rigo (Now attending University of Illinois)
T52 100m SILVER 17.89 (Watch the race)
T52 400m GOLD 1:04.00 (Watch the Race)
T52 1500m GOLD 4:24.65
Media Links to Stories with ParaSport Spokane Athletes
So what is this Universal relay anyways? Click here to learn more
Five ParaSport Spokane athletes and one alumi are competing in Lima, Peru at the ParaPan American Games this week.
The 2019 ParaPan American Games are the largest in history with 1,890 athletes from 33 countries competing in 17 sports.
Similar in structure to the Paralympic Games, ParaPan American athletes stay in the same village, utilize the same transportation network and compete at the same venues as their able bodied peers. See some of the images below to capture the scale and scope of this great event.
For More information head on over to the Lima2019 website by clicking here
Livestream via Team USA here
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