China's shooter Wang Qian has set an Asian Games record in the women's 10m air pistol as she scored 240.3 points to take the gold medal on Friday.
Wang has demonstrated consistent performances since the qualification rounds in the Jakabaring Sport City (JSC) shooting range, peaking the rank of 43 shooters with a total point of 570.
"I am glad that I can perform good here," the 25-year-old seeded no. 7 by International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) said on the sidelines of the medal ceremony.
Wang's victory has reinstated China's domination in the 18th Asian Games shooting sports with a total of seven gold medals so far.
The silver and bronze medals went to Kim Min-jung of South Korea and Heena Sidhu of India in 237.6 and 219.2 respectively.
Wang was the runner-up of 2018 ISSF World Cup held in Munich, Germany in May this year where South Korea's Kim Min-ju placed third.