France’s Carole Cormenier claimed the women’s trap title on day two of the International Shooting Sport Federation Shotgun World Cup event in Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates.
Cormenier hit 44 targets out of 50 to triumph at the Equestrian, Shooting and Golf Club.
She beat nearest challenger Kirsty Barr of Great Britain by a margin of three.
Both Cormenier and Barr have secured Tokyo 2020 Olympic quota places for their countries in the event.
The #ISSF shootind World Cup began today in Al Ain 🇦🇪 & the first event was women's trap competition.— Athletes of Tokyo2020 (@2020athletes) April 8, 2019
As by now you already know, best 2 have qualified a spot for their team in #Tokyo2020. These are:
See you next Summer!
Rounding out the top three was Italy’s Silvana Stanco with 33 targets.
Also taking place today was the first part of qualification in the men’s trap competition.
Malta’s William Chetcuti was one of 11 shooters to manage a perfect total of 50 targets from the first two rounds.
The second part of qualification and final is scheduled for tomorrow.