London: Italy's Jessica Rossi blew away the competition and the world record in the women's trap on Saturday, missing just one of 100 shots on her way to Olympic gold.
Rossi, 20, shot the first-ever perfect score of 75 in qualifying and was on target for an overall score of 100 until she missed her 92nd shot, but she still easily surpassed Zuzana Stefecekova's world record of 96.
Silver was decided by a three way shoot-off between defending Olympic champion Stefecekova of Slovakia, France's Delphine Reau and Alessandra Perilli, chasing the first-ever Olympic medal for San Marino.
Perilli was the first to drop out, missing her second shot of the tie-break, before Stefecekova took silver when Reau missed her next shot, winning bronze.
Australia's Suzanne Balogh had been joint second after the qualification round but crumbled in the final, missing 10 of her 25 shots and finishing sixth and last.