Pistol shooter Singhraj won two gold medals in an unprecedented Indian performance in Munich Getty Images

India return home from Munich with an unprecedented ten medals including six golds from the 2022 World Shooting Para Sport World Cup.

Paralympian Singhraj, who won silver and bronze in Tokyo last year, set the seal on the final day of competition with gold in P4 mixed 50 metres pistol SH1.

"This gold is special as it is my first in this event after several silver and bronze," Singhraj said.

 "I would like to thank my coaches for the success, in the last few months, we have worked really hard, personally, I had worked on my breathing patterns and techniques.

"I am happy that I could execute my plans in Munich."

Singhraj, who qualified in fourth place, found his best form in the final with steady shooting to finish 224.1 points.

Ukraine's Oleksii Denysiuk was second with 216.2 points, ahead of South Korea's Jeongdu Jo who ended with 193.9.

It was a second gold in the event for Singhraj who also enjoyed success in the team event with Deepender Singh and Manish Narwal.

Rifle shooter Tanguy De la Forest of France won two gold medals in consecutive days with victory in R5 mixed 10m air rifle prone SH2 final and R9 mixed 50m rifle prone SH2.

Ukraine's Paralympic bronze medallist Denysiuk won the P5 mixed 10m air pistol standard SH1, whilst Andrii Doroshenko and Iryna Shchetnik took gold together in the R10 mixed team 10m air rifle SH1 with a world record qualifying mark of 621.4.

In trap shooting, Spain won two of the three titles on offer.

Pedro Gomez Albendea shot a world record with 40 points in the PT1 mixed trap seated SG-S finals and in the PT3 mixed trap standing upper limb classification. 

Adrian Becker Castillo won gold after a shoot-off against Luxembourg's Steve Nothum.