Nov. 15, 2019, 12:27 p.m. (ET)

The World Para Athletics Championships have concluded, and U.S. athletes are headed home with smiles on their faces and 34 medals for their country. Team USA secured 12 golds, 10 silvers and 12 bronzes while in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Team USA athletes set three world records at worlds: Deja Young in the preliminaries of the women's 100-meter T47, Brittni Mason in the final of that same event, and Josh Cinnamo in the men's shot put F46. 

Young won silver behind Mason in the 100, and then successfully defended her 2017 gold medal in the 200.

Repeat title winners were no stranger in Dubai.

To name a few, four-time Paralympic medalist Lex Gillette and guide Wesley Williams won the men’s long jump T11 world title for the fourth time in a row, Jeremy Campbell and David Blair went on to finish 1-2 on the podium for the third worlds in a row and long jumper Jaleen Roberts won her second silver in the women’s T37 finals.

First-time winners also added to the Team USA medal count. Marathon sensation Daniel Romanchuk picked up his first world title on the track in the 800 T54.

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