The penultimate day of the IPC Shooting World Cup Poland saw a Silver medal for Stewart Nangle in P1 (Men's 10m Air Pistol) and a personal best for Issy Bailey in P2 (Women's 10m Air Pistol).
Nangle qualified in third place for the final with a 567, Roy Carter just behind him in 4th with 555.
In the final Nangle could not match Uzbekistan's Server Ibragimov who shot a finals world record to claim Gold. Nangle had to be content with Silver but will surely look to triumph in Croatia in what could be the beginning of a fierce rivalry. Carter was the first to be eliminated in the final, finishing in 8th place.
Issy Bailey shot a stunning qualification round of 373 to head the field into the P2 final. It was her international personal best by some margin and she left the Ukraine trio of Liakhu, Skok and Kovalchuk trailing in her wake. She was unable to carry her form into the final but fought valiantly to finish fourth behind the more experienced Ukrainians.
Finally, in the SH2 Falling Target event Tim Jeffery (pictured) and Sarah Woods both reached the final with Jeffery taking Bronze.
The action concludes on Tuesday with strong GB representation in R5 (Mixed 10m Air Rifle Prone SH2).