William Shaner is set to compete at the ISSF President's Cup in Wroclaw in Poland ©Getty Images

Tokyo 2020 gold medal-winning trio Javad Foroughi of Iran, American William Shaner and China's Yang Qian are set to participate at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) President's Cup, which runs from tomorrow until November 10 in Wroclaw in Poland.

The inaugural President’s Cup, a new version of the ISSF World Cup Finals, is an invitation-only tournament that sees the top 12 shooters in each of the shotgun, pistol and rifle categories compete.

The shotgun events were held last month in Larnaca in Cyprus.

Shaner is ranked number one in the men's 10-metres rifle tournament after setting a new Olympic record in Japan with 251.6.

Foroughi also took gold from 10m in Tokyo but in the pistol event with his score of 244.8 also setting an Olympic record.

His medal was Iran's first in shooting at the Olympics.

Javad Foroughi became Iran's oldest Olympic medallist at Tokyo 2020 aged 41 ©Getty Images
Javad Foroughi became Iran's oldest Olympic medallist at Tokyo 2020 aged 41 ©Getty Images

Yang is touted for the top prize in the women's 10m rifle after exploding onto the global scene at Tokyo 2020 with two gold medals.

India's contingent features newly crowned junior world champion Manu Bhaker, who is expected to impress in Poland.

The 19-year-old is ranked fourth in both the women's 10m and 25m air pistol categories.

New experimental formats are going to be tried out in the President's Cup.

In the 10m air rifle and the 10m air pistol mixed teams events, the pairings will be drawn at random, irrespective of nationality.

In the 10m air rifle and 10m air pistol individual events, the top eight shooters will now compete in semi-finals, instead of directly in the finals.

The 50m rifle three positions individual events will have two qualification phases instead of one with 10 advancing from the first and eight from the second.