Eastern domination continued today at the European 10 metre Championships in Győr as Ukraine's Olena Kostevych and Russia's Sergey Kamenskiy claimed the respective women's pistol and men's rifle events as the four-day event came to a close.
Kostevych is one of the most dominant names in women's pistol shooting in recent years, having followed 10m gold at Athens 2004 with 10 and 25m bronzes eight years later at London 2012.
She also won gold as a teenager at the 2002 World Championships in Lahti as well as another victory at last year's European Championships in Arnhem.
The 30-year-old won a thrilling battle with Bulgaria's Antoaneta Boneva to post a superb score of 200.9.
Boneva ended up on 199.0 while Serbia's Zorana Arunovic claimed bronze with 177.8.
Kamenskiy, a home gold medal winner at the Kazan 2013 Summer Universiade in the 50m rifle prone event, was similarly dominant in the men's 10m air rifle competition.
He trailed Belarus' Illia Charheika in the early stages before breaking clear for an eventual winning total of 207.2.
Charheika held on for silver on 206.4.
Petar Gorsa of Croatia took bronze with 180.1.