Ryan Cockbill won bronze in R4 (10m air rifle standing mixed SH2) at the IPC Shooting World Cup in Szczecin, Poland as the R4 Team set a new qualification World Record.
There were three British athletes in the R4 final as Cockbill qualified second behind Paralympic legend Michael Johnson of New Zealand. Tim Jeffery was 4th and Richard Davies 5th in qualification while James Bevis missed out in 12th. In the final Cockbill took bronze, Australia's Luke Cain pipping Johnson to Gold. Davies was 6th and Jeffery 7th in the final.
Issy Bailey squeezed into the P2 (10m Air Pistol Women SH1) final in 8th place and made up two places to finish sixth in the final. Ukraine's Irina Liakhu took the Gold.
In P1 (10m Air Pistol Men SH1) Stewart Nangle qualified second for the final behind Sergey Malyshev of Russia. Malyshev took the Gold but Nangle had to settle for sixth. Sean Young was 20th and Roger Sutton 26th in their first internationals outside GB. Nangle made up for the disappointment by taking Gold in the Falling Target Pistol event, a non-Paralympic discipline.
No British athletes made the R3 (10m Air Rifle Prone Mixed SH1) final with Owen Burke the best of the bunch in 12th. Lorraine Lambert was 16th and Ben Jesson 25th. All the medals were won by female athletes as Veronika Vadivicova continued her strong start to the year by taking Gold.
Vadivicova also took Gold in R2 (10m Air Rifle Standing Women SH1) with Lorraine Lambert in 9th the sole British Competitor.