Poland’s Sandra Bernal clinched gold in the women’s trap competition on the second day of the International Shooting Sport Federation’s Shotgun World Cup at Nicosia in Cyprus.
Bernal emerged as the winner of a closely fought contest against San Marino’s Alessandra Perilli in the final.
The Polish shooter finished the competition with a score of 44, missing just six targets during the event.
She finished one point clear of Perilli.
Perilli, who had topped qualification yesterday, was left settling for the silver medal.
Spain’s Fatima Galvez was eliminated from the event in third place, after she finished on 32 points.
The mixed team skeet final ended with Russian success, with Natalia Vinogradova and Roman Sentcov taking gold.
The duo hit 36 targets during the gold medal contest against Germany.
The German pairing of Nele Wissmer and Felix Haase finished second on 34.
Russia would also secure the bronze medal, with Zilia Batyrshina and Anton Astakhov winning their duel with Cyprus’ Menelaos Michaelides.
The Russian duo triumphed 36-35.
The World Cup is part of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualification process but has been impacted by the coronavirus crisis, with India among the teams to have withdrawn.