Italy won the last gold medal of the ISSF Shotgun Grand Prix and came third in the standings as a result ©Getty Images

Italy secured the last gold medal of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Shotgun Grand Prix to finish third in the overall standings in Konya in Turkey.

Elia Sdruccioli and Katiuscia Spada shot the country to glory in the mixed team skeet final with a 6-2 victory against Mustafa Serhat Şahin and Nur Banu Ozpak of the host nation.

Sdruccioli was impeccable in the deciding duel as she did not miss a single of her 16 targets across the four rounds.

The two teams shared a point as they drew the first round with world silver medallist Spada and Sahin both skewing a shot.

The second round saw the exact same result to take the score to 2-2.

A breakthrough came in the third however as the Italians shot perfect while Sahin and Ozpak both missed the target once to give their opponents another two points.

The Turks then capitulated at the end of the final round, missing three times, to forfeit any chances of equalising.

Abdullah Al Rashidi and Eman Al Shamaa of Kuwait won the first bronze medal match 6-4 against Javid Hasanov and Rigina Meftakhetdinova.

Another Azerbaijan and Kuwait duel took place in the second bronze medal match with the Azeris taking the spoils as Fuad Gurbanov and Nurlana Jafarova beat Mansour Al Rashedi and Fatema Al Zaabi 7-1.

Overall, Kuwait topped the medals table with three golds, two silvers, and a bronze while Turkey came second with one gold, two silvers and a bronze.

Italy secured third place with today's gold and two bronze medals.

The next ISSF Shotgun Grand Prix is set to take place in Almaty in Kazakhstan from July 28 to August 8.