Ukraine finished top of the podium in the men's 10m air pistol team event ©ESC

The curtain came down on the European Shooting Championships in Hungarian city Györ with the men’s and women’s 10 metre air pistol and air rifle team competitions.

Ukraine claimed the men’s 10m air pistol title thanks to a 21-15 victory over Serbia at the Audi Arena.

Serbia looked to be heading towards the top of the podium after they held a 15-11 lead following 13 rounds of shooting.

The Ukrainian team, consisting of Pavlo Korostylov, Oleh Omelchuk and Viktor Bankin, however, recovered magnificently to bring the match back to 15 points apiece, giving them the platform for a 21-15 win.

There was a big surprise in the bronze medal match as Germany came back from 18-20 down to record a 22-20 victory against Russia.

Having done so for most of the week, Russia, whose team consisted of Vitalina Batsarashkina, Ekaterina Korshunova and Margarita Lomova, once again asserted their dominance in the women’s 10m air pistol competition with a very comfortable 22-12 victory over Germany, handing them the title.

Serbia claimed bronze with a victory over Ukraine.

Russia continued their dominance on the final day of the European Shooting Championships ©ESC
Russia continued their dominance on the final day of the European Shooting Championships ©ESC

There was more glory for Russia in the men's 10m air rifle event as Sergey Kamenskiy, Vladimir Maslennikov and Alexander Dryagin secured gold with a hard-fought 22-21 win over hosts Hungary.

Croatia completed the podium lineup thanks to their 18-5 thrashing of neighbours Serbia.

Romania secured the women’s 10m air rifle title after Laura-Georgeta Coman, Roxana-Georgiana Tudose and Eliza-Alexandra Molnar shot for 22 points, beating Denmark’s total of 18.

Ukraine secured their second medal of the day with a 21-19 victory over Switzerland in the small final.