This was also his second gold in Delhi, having won the event here in the first World Cup stage held in February this year.
Earlier, both India's Jitu Rai in the men's 10m Air Pistol and Pooja Ghatkar in the women's 10m Air Rifle, missed qualifying for the final of their respective events when they both finished ninth in qualifying. Only the top eight qualify for the final. Jitu shot 572 behind the eventual winner Tomayuki, who qualified eighth with a score of 573.
Pooja also faced similar heartbreak as her effort of 412.4 was 0.1 behind Norway's Malin Westerheim, who took the eighth and final qualifying spot with a score of 412.5 after 40 shots.