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Updated May 24, 2012
MUNICH (AP) Olympic champion Jin Jong-oh of South Korea won his first World Cup since last year, starting from last place in the 50-meter pistol on Thursday.
Chen Ying of China, another reigning Olympic champ, won the 25-meter pistol, coming back from fourth place.
Jin qualified last in the pistol with 562 points, but shot a final-best 97.4 to tally 659.4 and win the gold in the last World Cup before the Olympics.
Leonid Ekimov of Russia paced Jin to the last shot, but hit 6.8 and fell to fourth.
Damir Mikec of Serbia secured the silver with 658.4, only a tenth of a point ahead of Vladimir Isakov of Russia.
Chen won her first medal of the season in her last major event before the London Games.