Olympic bronze medallist Jiang Ranxin was among China's four winners at the ISSF World Cup Rifle and Pistol in Lima ©Getty Images

Chinese athletes topped the medals table at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Rifle and Pistol in Peru's capital Lima.

Wang Zhilin and Xia Siyu took golds in the women's rifle events at the Las Palmas Shooting Range.

The former overcame Hungary's Eszter Mészáros 17-9 in the 10 metres air rifle final, while the latter won an all-Chinese 50m rifle three positions final 16-10 against Shi Mengyao.

China also enjoyed success in the women's pistol events.

Olympic individual bronze medallist Jiang Ranxin saw off Poland's Klaudia Breś 16-12 in the 10m air pistol decider, and Feng Sixuan won the 25m pistol final with 28 targets to the 26 of Ukraine's Anastasiia Nimets and 19 of China's Zhao Nan.

Hungary collected two gold medals in the rifle events through Zalán Pekler's 16-10 win against Japan's Naoya Okada men's 10m air rifle final, and a 16-8 victory for Eszter Denies and Pekler in the 10m air rifle mixed team final against France's Océanne Muller and Brian Baudouin.

Jiří Přívratský of Czech Republic denied Hungary a third gold with a 16-10 men's 50m rifle three positions triumph over István Péni.

Serbia were the other nations to win multiple golds at the fourth ISSF World Cup Rifle and Pistol of the season.

Olympic silver medallist Damir Mikec beat China's Zhang Bowen 16-10 in the men's 10m air pistol final, and contributed to a 17-13 air pistol mixed team final victory with Zorana Arunović against Jiang and Zhang.

After two silver medals in Cairo and Bhopal, France's Clément Bessaguet earned his first World Cup win of the season in the men's 25m rapid fire pistol with a score of 32 and a golden hit in the medal match.

Matěj Rampula of Czech Republic was second with 30, and Azerbaijan's Ruslan Lunev third with 23.

Egypt's capital Cairo is set to host the next ISSF World Cup in the shotgun discipline from April 27 to 30, with the next rifle and pistol stage in Azerbaijan's capital Baku from May 8 to 15.