Russia’s Alexey Alipov claimed the final International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup gold medal of the regular season as he beat Croatia's Olympic champion Giovanni Cernogoraz to top the men’s trap podium in Gabala, Azerbaijan.
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