István Péni of Hungary won mixed team 10m air rifle gold and men's 50m rifle three positions silver at the ISSF World Cup in Jakarta ©Getty Images

Kazakhstan and Hungary impressed at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Indonesia's capital Jakarta, winning three gold medals apiece.

An additional five silvers and three bronzes from Kazakhstan ensured they topped the medals table at the Senayan Shooting Range.

Nikita Chiryukin triumphed 3-2 in a men's 25 metres rapid fire pistol shoot-off, after he and Australia's Sergei Evglevski both scored 28 points.

South Korea's Song Jong-ho placed third with 20.

Arina Althukhova took gold for Kazakhstan with a 16-12 win against Switzerland's Olympic champion Nina Christen in the women's 50m rifle three positions, with Denmark's Rikke Ibsen placing third.

Kazakhstan's other gold came courtesy of Alexandra Le, Elizaveta Bezrukova and Anastasia Grigoryevna in the women's team 10m air rifle, beating Singapore's Natanya Huiyi Tan, Fernel Tan Qian Ni and Martina Veloso 17-15.

The bronze medal went to Indonesia, who beat Bangladesh 16-10.

Eszter Mészáros claimed Hungary's first gold of the World Cup, beating Poland's Aneta Stankiewicz 16-10 in the women's 10m air rifle.

Mészáros combined with István Péni to thrash Austria's Jasmin Kitzbichler and Martin Strempfl 16-0 in the mixed team 10m air rifle, while Zalán Pekler won an all-Hungarian men's 50m rifle three positions final against Péni.

Oh Ye-jin took gold for South Korea in the women's 10m air pistol, beating Austria's Sylvia Steiner 16-4, and contributed to the team success in the same event with Kim Ju-hee and Oh Min-kyung as they beat Uzbekistan's Sitora Ergashboeva, Nigina Saidkulova and Alina Tarasova 17-9.

Steiner triumphed in the women's 25m pistol, scoring 23 in the final to edge out Singapore's Teh Xiu Hong 23-22.

Austria also won the men's team 10m air rifle, beating Kazakhstan 16-8.

Switzerland won golds in the women's team and mixed team 50m rifle three positions, beating Kazakhstan 17-15 in the decider in the former and another Swiss team 17-9 in the latter.

There were golds for Indonesia in the mixed team 10m air pistol 16-4 against South Korea and in the men's team 50m rifle three positions 17-3 against Kazakhstan.

Singapore's women's 25m pistol team won their event 16-6 against South Korea, while Turkey overcame Kazakhstan 16-2 in the men's team 10m air pistol final.

Mukhammad Kamalov of Uzbekistan won the men's 10m air pistol final 16-14 against İsmail Keleş, and the men's 10m air rifle was won by Japan's Naoya Okada 16-14 against Konstantin Malinovskiy of Kazakhstan.

The next leg of the ISSF World Cup is due to be held in the Egyptian capital Cairo from February 17 to 24.