The inaugural Para-Trap Shooting World Championships in Lonato, Italy, has crowned its first three individual champions.
Vesa Jarvinen of Finland became the first ever Para-Trap Shooting World Championships gold medalist, winning in the PT2 Trap Mixed Standing SG-L final with 43 points.
Saverio Cuciti of Italy came second with 42 points, and compatriot Raffaele Talamo finished third with 30 points.
In the PT3 Trap Mixed Standing SG-U event, home favourite Francesco Nespeca won gold with 37 points, Meliton Brinas of Spain got silver with 36 points and Italy's Paolo Bortolin came in third with 27 points.
The third final of the day, the PT1 Trap Mixed Seated SG-S event, saw Australia's Brydon Scottie win with 36 points, Italy's Lai Oreste come second with 31 points and Cyprus' Neofytos Nikolaou come third with 25 points.
Trap shooting was only recognised by World Para Shooting last year.