The men's and women's 10m air pistol events were staged today on day two of the ISSF World Cup in Cairo ©ISSF

India and Greece have joined yesterday’s champions France and Italy in winning gold at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Cairo on day two.

The ISSF also confirmed during the day that athletes from the Russian Federation and Belarusian athletes would be banned from ISSF Championships, a move that came into force from 4pm CEST, following today's competition.

In the men’s 10m air pistol event, India's Chaudhary Saurabh produced a comfortable win, beating Germany’s Michael Schwald 16-6.

Artem Chernousov, who was competing for the Russian Federation, settled for bronze.

The ISSF has removed the Russian flag from the event in line with the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) guidance of banning Russian and Belarusian flags, including from the medal table.

Air rifle team events are set to be staged tomorrow ©Getty Images
Air rifle team events are set to be staged tomorrow ©Getty Images

The achievements of Chernousov and yesterday’s silver medallist Anastasiia Galashina feature on the medal table, but are not listed alongside the Russian flag.

The women’s 10m air pistol final saw Greece take gold when Anna Korakaki cruised to a 16-4 victory over Esha Singh of India.

Bulgaria’s Antoaneta Kostadinova won bronze after progressing through the qualification relay stages and finishing third in the medal match.

Tomorrow’s events are set to include medal matches for the mixed team 10m air rifle, men's team air rifle, women's team air rifle, mixed team 10m air pistol, men's team air pistol and women's team air pistol.