Poland's Barbara Moskal set a world record in the visually-impaired 10 metres air rifle standing event on her way to victory at the World Shooting Para Sport World Cup in Croatian city Osijek.
Moskal managed a total of 214.2 points in the first World Cup competition for visually-impaired athletes.
She triumphed by a comfortable margin over Spain's Ager Solabarrieta Txakartegi, who posted 201.6 points at Streljana Pampas Osijek.
Austria's Patrick Moor took the bronze medal with 186.3 points.
There was also success for Poland today in the 10m air pistol standard SH1 event with Szymon Sowinski coming out on top on 361 points.
Sweden's Joackim Norberg was the runner-up with 355 points, followed by Ukraine's Oleksii Denysiuk with 353.
The satisfied smile of a man who's just won his 2nd #Osijek2019 gold!— Shooting Para Sport (@ShootingPara) July 26, 2019
Victory for Andrii Doroshenko in the men's 50m rifle 3 positions final. What a week for him so far!#ShootingParaSport pic.twitter.com/OFma4D0qvn
The other air rifle event held today was the mixed 10m standing SH2, which saw New Zealand's Michael Johnson prevail with 252.5 points.
Ukrainians Vasyl Kovalchuk and Vitalii Plakushchyi completed the top three with point totals of 251.9 and 230, respectively.
In the men's 50m rifle three positions SH1 event, Ukraine's Andrii Doroshenko clinched the win with 458.2 points to successfully follow up his victory in the men's 10m air rifle standing SH1 competition yesterday.
Serbia's Laslo Suranji finished second with 452.8 points, while Slovakia's Radoslav Malenovský was third with 441.4.
The women's equivalent event went the way of Sweden's Anna Normann with 454 points.
Germany's Natascha Hiltrop was the silver medallist with 452.7 points, while Britain's Lorraine Lambert rounded off the podium with 438.3.