Iraq topped the medal standings as the Junior World Para Powerlifting Championships took place in Kazakhstan's capital Nur-Sultan today.
A tally of two golds, one silver and one bronze saw the country triumph at Astana Congress Center.
One of Iraq's two winners was Abdullah Al-Kaabi, who lifted 130 kilograms in the men's up to 88kg event.
There was also success for compatriot Hussein Al-Jber with a giant lift of 155kg in the men's over-107kg competition.
Poland's Wiktor Kedzia was the silver medallist with 115kg.
Brazil and Ukraine also claimed two gold medals each with the former adding a silver to their tally.
Iraq's Abdullah Al-Kaabi wins the junior men's up to 88kg title in Nur-Sultan!— Para Powerlifting (@Powerlifting) July 12, 2019
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The Brazilian victors were Lucas Manoel dos Santos in the men's up to 49kg event and Marcos Gabriel Cruzato in the men's up to 54kg competition.
Santos prevailed with a junior Americas record-breaking lift of 126kg with Jordan's Mohammad Alshnaiti second on 122kg and home favourite Yerbolat Karibay third on 91kg.
Cruzato, meanwhile, won with a lift of 96kg, bettering runner-up Zakhar Buimov of Kazakhstan by 1kg and third-placed Jon Coots of the United States by 8kg.
Ukraine's gold medals came courtesy of Denys Ostapuk in the men's up to 59kg event, with a lift of 118kg, and Kseniia Tokar in the women's up to 41kg competition, with a lift of 60kg.
Tokar was the only medallist in her category, while Ostapuk was joined on the podium by Uzbekistan's Azizbek Turgunov and Kazakhstan's Maxim Ten, who managed lifts of 114kg and 111kg, respectively.
A full list of results can be viewed by clicking here.