Sareh Javanmardi of Iran won a gold medal at the 2014 IPC Shooting World Championships in Suhl, Germany on Sunday.
Javanmardi scored 195.6 in the P2 10m Air Pistol Women SH1 and claimed a gold medal.
Krisztina David from Hungary finished in second place with 192.5 points and Macedonian Olivera Nakovska-Bikova claimed a bronze medal with 164.5 points.
Around 300 athletes from 53 countries are participating in the 14 individual and 14 team medal events from July 18 to 26.
The championships are the first major international competitions for athletes of all nationalities following the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
Six shooters (three men and three women) will feature the Iranian team in the competitions.
The last IPC Shooting World Championships took place in July 2010 in Zagreb, Croatia. A total of 246 athletes from 43 countries competed in 31 medal events, including 17 individual and 14 team events.
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