Slovakia's Zuzana Rehak Stefecekova set an Olympic record in women's trap on Thursday to deny the United States a third straight shotgun gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
Rehak Stefecekova hit 43 of 50 targets on a breezy day at Asaka Shooting Range, beating American Kayle Browning.
Alessandro Perilli took bronze to earn the first medal in San Marino's 61-year Olympic history.
Americans Vincent Hancock and Amber English opened the shotgun events by sweeping skeet on Tuesday.
A 37-year-old police officer, Rehak Stefecekova took silver at the 2008 Beijing and 2012 London Games, and missed Rio in 2016 due to the birth of her son.