Britain's Lucy Hall, centre, claimed a first women's trap gold medal at an ISSF World Cup in Larnaca ©British Shooting

Britain's Lucy Hall won her first International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup shotgun event in the Cypriot city of Larnaca, triumphing in the women's trap.

In windy conditions on the penultimate day of the event at the Larnaca Olympic Shooting Range, Hall notched a golden hit to take gold with 29 targets hit, staving off a strong challenge from Wu Cuicui of China who hit 27.

Penny Smith of Australia earned bronze with 20 of the 25 targets.

Croatia's Anton Glasnović took the men's trap title in a shoot-off against home favourite Andreas Makri after both had hit 32 targets, with Egypt's Abdel-Aziz Mehelba in third notching 18.

The mixed team trap gold went to João Azevedo and Maria Ines Coelho De Barros of Portugal, who notched a golden hit in a 7-3 victory against the United States' former double trap Olympic champion Walton Eller and Alicia Kathleen Gough.

Skeet competition also featured winners from three different countries.

Erik Pittini of Italy hit 38 of 40 targets to hold off a challenge from Eetu Kallioinen of Finland in the men's individual event, with his closest challenger notching 35 and third-placed Sven Korte of Germany 24 from 30.

London 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Danka Barteková of Slovakia took the women's individual title with 35 of 40 targets, with Gao Jinmei of China having to settle for silver with 30 after missing her last four efforts.

Francisca Crovetto of Chile was bronze medallist with 25 from 30.

Korte added to his individual bronze with a mixed team gold, combining with Nadine Messerschmidt to beat Cyprus' Petros Englezoudis and Anastasia Eleftheriou 6-4, with Crovetto claiming another bronze with Hector Andres Flores Barahona of Chile by overcoming the US' Dustan Taylor and six-time Olympic medallist Kim Rhode 6-2.

Egypt's capital Cairo is due to host the next ISSF World Cup shotgun competition from April 25 to May 5.