For three of those six times our cartridges finished on the highest step of the podium: in the men's Skeet final, where Argentina's Federico Gil finally claimed his first ISSF medal, closing the match with 56 hits out of 60 clays; and in the men's Double Trap final, where Daniele Di Spigno of Italy went double-figure, securing his 10th World Cup Gold medal and putting the icy on the cake by signing the new World Record with 78 hits.

In the fifth and last match, then, Spain's Antonio Bailon bested the 2nd placed he nailed in Acapulco by ruling the men's Trap event, also writing a new World Record with 46 target hits.

The tally was further enriched by Italy's Davide Gasparini, who placed in 3rd position in the Double Trap Men event and pocketed his fourth career World Cup medal, and by the duo Ray Bassil-Alessandra Perilli, respectively 2nd and 3rd in the women's Trap final. The Lebanese shooter finished on the podium for the first time this season, after the thee podiums she conquered in 2016, while the Sammarinese athlete secured her second straight Bronze medal after the one won in Acapulco (MEX).

Fiocchi Team sealed the 2017 ISSF World Cup Series with 15 total medals: 6 won in New Delhi (IND), 3 in Acapulco and 6 in Cyprus. The international scene will welcome back the best shooters of the world in August and September, when the ISSF Shotgun World Championship will take place in Moscow (RUS) and in October, when the prestigious crystal globes will be awarded at the ISSF World Cup Final in New Delhi.