Amber English was part of the gold medal-winning American team ©Getty Images

The United States and the Czech Republic earned team skeet gold on the penultimate day of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Lonato.

The US team of Caitlin Connor, Amber English and Dania Vizzi led qualification for the women’s event, achieving a score of 215 at the Italian venue.

The host nation were also represented in the gold-medal match with Katiuscia Spada, Diana Bacosi and Martina Maurzzo advancing in second place on 214.

Connor, English and Vizzi earned victory in the final, with the Americans overcoming their Italian opponents 7-3.

The result gave Connor her second title in successive days, after winning the women’s individual event yesterday.

Germany’s Nadine Messerschmidt, Eva-Tamara Reichert and Valentina Umhoefer triumphed in the bronze-medal match.

The trio secured a 7-1 win over the Czech Republic’s Martina Skalicka, Anna Sindelarova and Barbora Sumova.

The Czech Republic celebrated victory in the men’s event, with Jan Zamecnik, Jakub Tomecek and Tomas Nydrle leading both qualification and winning the final.

Zamecnik, Tomecek and Nydryle were 6-4 winners over the Italian team of Giancarlo Tazza, Niccolo Sodi and Gabriele Rossetti.

Greece’s Nikolaos Mavrommatis, Charalambos Chalkiadakis and Efthimios Mitas won the bronze-medal match by the same score.

Phillip Jungman, Adam McBee and Vincent Hancock of the US missed out on a podium spot, ending fourth.

The World Cup will conclude tomorrow with the mixed team skeet competition.