Serbia's Dragan Ristic earned home gold at the World Para Shooting Grand Prix in Novi Sad ©Getty Images

Home shooter Dragan Ristic won the 10 metres air rifle prone mixed SH2 category gold at the World Para Shooting Sport Grand Prix in Novi Sad in Serbia with a total of 255.4.

Silver went to Sweden’s Philip Jonsson, who recorded 254.1, with Vasyl Kovalchuk of Ukraine taking bronze with 232.7.

Jan Winther of Denmark won the 10m air rifle standing men SH1 event with a total of 246.9, with Ukrainian opponents filling the other two places on the podium.

Andrii Doroshenko scored 244.8, and Yuriii Stoiev totalled 221.9.

Laslo Suranj of Serbia and Hakan Gustafsson of Sweden, who had finished first and second in qualifying, ended up occupying fifth and fourth places respectively with 181.9 and 200.4.

The women’s title in the same category went to Ukraine’s Iryna Shchetnik with a total of 249.1.

Silver was claimed by Sweden’s Anna Normann on 248.1, with bronze going to Serbia’s Jelena Pantovic, who totalled 226.04.

Fourth place went to Germany’s Natascha Hiltrop on 205.3.

Normann added silver to the gold she had won in the 10m air rifle prone mixed SH1 event yesrerday, where she had scored 254.4 to finish narrowly ahead of Slovakia’s Radoslav Malenovsky, who recorded 253.3.

Shchetnik was bronze medallist with 231.7.

Ukraine’s Oleksii Denysiuk won the 25m pistol mixed SH1 category gold with a total of 32 from Olivera Nakovska Bikova of North Macedonia on 25 and Sweden’s Joackim Norberg on 21.

In yesterday’s 10m air rifle standing mixed SH2 category, Vitalii Plakushchyi beat his fellow Ukrainian, Kovalchuk, to gold, 252.3 to 250.2.

Bronze was claimed by Serbia’s Dejan Jokic with 229.7.

The 10m air pistol men's SH1 category gold medal went to Azerbaijan’s Kamran Zeynalov with a total of 236.4, from Denysiuk, who totalled 231.8, and Sweden’s Norberg, who scored 209.9.

In the women’s category the winner was Nakovska Bikova, who totalled 235.5, ahead of Krisztina David of Hungary on 234.9 and Ukraine’s Iryna Liakhu, on 207.9.

A total of 105 shooters from 20 nations are taking part in what is the last World Para Shooting Sport event before the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.