The Indo-Iranian pair got the better of the French-Russian duo of Mathilde Lamolle and Artem Chernousov 16-8 in the gold medal match on Friday.
The top 12 athletes in individual rifle and pistol events according to the 2021 world ranking post the Games, have been invited to participate in the event where individual winners will be awarded the Golden Target, the Best Athlete of the Year title.
Tomar, Kumar and Panwar lost 14-16 to the Serbian team of Milenko Sebic, Milutin Stefanovic and Lazar Kovacevic in the third-place match.
The tournament was to take place from 21 June-2 July and would have served as good preparatory ground for all shooters who have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics.
Singh, who was the competition manager in the recently-concluded World Cup held in Delhi, received the gold medal from the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) for his services towards the sport.
The trouble in the Hungarian camp is attributed to the brewing discord between Peni and Sidi, with the former raising concerns over Sidi’s fairplay. Peni accused the 42-year-old Sidi of using a bipod during the qualification rounds, an act that finds no clear mention in the ISSF rulebook.
After being released as a precautionary measure, the shooter is likely to be back in the team.
These two, whose test reports came late on Saturday night, are in addition to the two Indian athletes who have returned positive for the virus at the start of the second competition day of the tournament.
ISSF World Cup: Deprived of competition, Indian shooters renew quest for excellence in New Delhi event
On the first competition day, India will see participation from Divyansh Singh Panwar, Arjun Babuta and Deepak Kumar in the men's 10m air rifle qualification.
The combined world cup for rifle, pistol and shotgun shooters is scheduled to be held at the national capital's Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range from 18-29 March.
Sports minister Kiren Rijiju says shorter and convenient quarantine period is being planned for Shooting World Cup
Recently, a request was placed before the ministry that shooters be exempted from hard quarantine of 14 days and foreign delegates be given vaccine shots on priority.
The tournament, recognised by the International Shooting Sport Federation, is scheduled to be held in the Korean city from 16-27 April.
Facebook deletes International Shooting Sport Federation's page, global body calls for help from fraternity
Besides Twitter and Instagram, shooters from across the world rely on the ISSF Facebook page for updates from the sport's governing body. The page was created on January 14, 2010.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: IOC's approval of ISSF's updated qualification system could see India seal another shooting quota
Indian shooters were primed for success at the Tokyo Games before the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic led to a one-year postponement
Yashaswini Singh Deswal, Rudrankksh Patil claim top spots at third International Online Shooting Championship
Rudrankksh from Maharashtra won the 10m air rifle event with a world record score of 252.9 but it will not be registered by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) as it was not a recognised event.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Saurabh Chaudhary not bothered by Games being postponed, says shooting coach Amit Sheoran
Chaudhary will have entered adulthood by the time the next Olympics are held but Sheoran has no doubt that he will carry with him his Zen master-like composure into his next phase of life
'Online international shooting championship awakened competitive spirit', says event organiser Shimon Sharif
Former India shooter Shimon Sharif successfully organised the second edition of the virtual tournament last Saturday and he is optimistic of this becoming a regular affair during the lockdown
Coronavirus Outbreak: Manu Bhaker, Divyansh Singh Panwar among elite shooters to participate in online tournament on 15 April
From India, the event has attracted big names such as Manu Bhaker, Sanjeev Rajput and Divyansh Singh Panwar, whose Tokyo Olympics dreams have been put on hold for a year after the Games' postponement last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic
It was decided to hold the tournament in two parts – Rifle and Pistol competitions from 5- 12 May, while Shotgun competitions from 2-9 June.
Moudgil was the first Indian shooter to win an Olympic quota by virtue of her silver medal at the Changwon World Championships in September 2018. Since then, her steady scores have kept her in the fray for her Tokyo tryst.