Abdullah Sultan Alaryani was in control throughout the contest as he won gold ©Getty Images

Double Paralympic champion Abudallah Sultan Alaryani and former world bronze medallist Tanguy de la Forest have both triumphed at the Para Shooting World Championships in Emirati city Al Ain.

Home favourite Alaryani won at a canter against Radoslav Malenovsky in the men's 50 metres rifle three positions SH1 decider.

He finished on 462.0 points to beat the Slovakian by 11.0.

The pair went into the final round with 9.4 points separating them, giving Malenovsky a minute chance of victory, but Alaryani quickly ended his chances by getting 9.4 on the final shot which was his worst of the competition.

South Korean Lee Jang-ho picked up the bronze medal with 442.9 points, missing out on qualifying for the final shoot-off by 0.3 points.

The victory adds to Alaryani's Paralympic triumphs as he won gold in the London 2012 mixed 50m rifle prone SH1 and the Tokyo 2020 50m rifle three positions SH1.

In the mixed 10m air rifle standing SH2 event, Frenchman De la Forest won by a slender 0.3 margin as he finished on 253.6 points.

Despite scoring more than 10 on every shot, Seo Hun-tae of South Korea was forced to settle for silver with 253.3.

Britain's Ryan Cockbill rounded out the top three on 232.5 points.

De la Forest's score was 0.4 shy of the world record set by South Korean Lee Ji-seok in 2018.

Competition is set to continue tomorrow with the men's 10m air pistol SH1 tournament in the United Arab Emirates.