Czech Republic's Jiri Liptak wins gold, David Kostelecky silver as men's trap goes to shoot-off at Tokyo Games

Czech shooter Jiri Liptak outlasted teammate David Kostelecky in a shoot-off to win men's trap gold on Thursday at the Tokyo Olympics.

Liptak and Kostelecky tied after 50 shots, hitting 43 targets to set an Olympic record. Both shooters hit the first six targets in the shoot-off before Kostelecky missed on the seventh.

Great Britain's Matthew Coward-Holley took bronze.

Liptak finished 18th at the 2012 London Games but did not compete in Rio five years ago. Kostelecky earned his second medal in his sixth Olympics with the gold he won at the 2008 Beijing Games.