South Korean Jin Jongoh has fired his way to a second gold medal at the Shooting World Championships in Granada with victory in the men's 10 metre air pistol competition.
Jin had secured the 50m pistol crown on Tuesday (September 9), breaking a 34-year-old record set before he was even born.
He bolstered his standing as one of the all-time great shooters again today by adding the 10m world crown to his burgeoning collection.
The triple Olympic champion moved clear after the 14th shot of competition at the CEAR de Tiro Olimpico Juan Carlos I and never looked back taking gold with a score of 200.3 points.
Turkey's Yusuf Dikec and Russian Vladimir Gontcharov took home the silver and bronze medals.
"Winning the 50m pistol final the other day took all the pressure out of me," said Kim.
"I was not stressed at all today.
"During today's final I stayed very focused, I had no distractions and I just kept going with a clear mind."
There were six Rio 2016 quota places up for grabs and with Jin and China's former Olympic champion Pang Wai having already secured spots in the 50m event, the remaining places went to China's Pu Qifeng, Vietnam's Tran Quoc Quoc, Juraj Tuzinsky of Slovakia, and Bulgarian Samuil Donkov.
China secured the team title gold ahead of South Korea and Russia.
In the men's 50m rifle prone competition, Australia's Warren Potent lived up to his name as he secured the world title with a score of 210.0 points, securing him a spot at his fifth Olympic Games.
"I feel excited, relived and relaxed," said the 52-year-old, who also won gold at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
"Qualifications went good.
"I shot consistently right to the end.
"In the final I just shot as good as I could.
"I am going for Rio [and] that was always in the plans.
"And after that we'll see."
Silver went to Germany's Daniel Brodmeier, with Yury Shcherbatsevich of Belarus picking up bronze.
The remaining two Rio 2016 quota places went to Russian Sergey Kamenskiy and Marco De Nicolo of Italy.
China picked up its second team gold of the day ahead of Belarus and Serbia.
The men's junior 10m air pistol final went right to the wire as German Alexander Kindig and Choe Boram of South Korea battled for gold.
Boram lay in first place with 198.7 after his final shot but up stepped Kindig who needed 10.0 to win and he duly delivered by scoring 10.3 with his final effort to take gold.
"I was very nervous," said 19-year-old Kindig.
"I think I caught my breath and had a good last shot.
"I don't know [how I overcame the pressure].
"It just happened."
Latvia's Lauris Strautmanis took bronze which helped his side take the team title ahead of China and South Korea.
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