Greece's Olympic champion Anna Korakaki claimed World Cup gold in Munich ©ISSF

Greece's Olympic champion Anna Korakaki won her first International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup title as action concluded in Munich today.

The 21-year-old, who won 25 metre pistol gold and 10m pistol bronze at Rio 2016 in August, triumphed over the shorter distance at the Olympic Shooting Range in the German city.

She scored 241.2 points after a battle with China's Lin Yuemei for much of the final.

However, the Chinese shooter would trail away missing the 10 ring with all six of her final shots to slip to third on 217.5.

That allowed Ukraine's Olena Kostevych to take the silver medal with a tally of 238.3.

In the men's 50m rifle three positions competition, France's Alexis Raynaud won the first international gold medal of his career.

He took charge from the start, leading after both the kneeling and prone positions.

South Korea finished at the top of the medals table ©ISSF
South Korea finished at the top of the medals table ©ISSF

Russia's Sergey Kamenskiy mounted a comeback in the final section, but Raynaud hung on to win with a final score of 463.5.

Kamenskiy, the winner of the 10m air rifle title in Munich, had to settle for silver on 460.9.

That came despite him equalling the qualification world record of 1,186.

China's Liu Yukun won bronze on a score of 446.9.

After ten finals in Munich, South Korea have finished the World Cup at the top of the medals table with two golds and one bronze.

France finished second with two golds, while six other countries also tasted success.

These were Greece, Russia, China, Ukraine, Romania and Croatia.

The 2017 ISSF World Cup season will now move on to its fifth and last stage, to be held in Gabala in Azerbaijan from June 6.