Saturday, the 10th, was full of exciting disputes throughout the day. On the day with the largest audience of the event, there were disputes for third place, semifinals and finals.With each successful or defended move, the crowd rocked the stands.

In all, fourteen countries won medals. Portugal and Japan lead the general table of medals with three medals each: one gold, one silver and one bronze. Thailand also won three medals: one gold and two bronze. Among the countries that heard the national anthem are, in addition to those mentioned above: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Slovakia and the United Kingdom.

Check the results of the individual competition of Rio de Janeiro 2022 World Boccia Championships:

BC1 – MALE

Male BC1 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Witsanu Huadpradit (Thailand)

Silver: David Smith (United Kingdom)

Bronze: André Ramos (Portugal)

BC1 – FEMALE

Female BC1 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Andreza Vitória (Brazil) 

Silver: Dora Basic (Croatia)

Bronze: Yuriko Fujii (Japan)

BC2 – MALE

Male BC2 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Luis Cristaldo (Argentina)

Silver: Takayuki Hirose (Japan) 

Bronze: Watcharaphan Vongsa (Thailand)

BC2 – FEMALE

Female BC2 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Claire Taggart (United Kingdom)

Silver: Rebeca Duarte (El Salvador)

Bronze: Soyeong Jeong (South Korea)

BC3 – MALE

Male BC3 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Daniel Michel (Australia) 

Silver: José Gonçalves (Portugal)

Bronze: Adam Peska (Czech Republic)

BC3 – FEMALE

Female BC3 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Ana Costa (Portugal) 

Silver: Jamieson Leeson (Australia) 

Bronze: Yuen Kei Ho (Hong Kong)

BC4 – MALE

Male BC4 Boccia World Championships 2022 | Photo @Bruno Maia – ANDE

Gold: Shunsuke Uchida  (Japan) 

Silver: Euclides Grisales (Colombia) 

Bronze: Pornchok Larpyen (Thailand)

 

BC4 – FEMALE

 

Gold: Michaela Balcova (Slovakia)

Silver:  Leidy Chica Chica (Colombia)   

Bronze: Yuen Cheung (Hong Kong)

en_US