Czech shooter wins Olympic games' first gold

Katerina Emmons spoiled China's bid for the first gold medal of the Beijing Olympics on Saturday by winning the 10-meter air rifle for the Czech Republic. Emmons, the wife of American shooter Matt Emmons, finished with an Olympic record of 503.5 points after shooting a perfect 400 in qualifying. Lioubov Galkina of Russia won the silver and Snjezana Pejcic of Croatia took the bronze. The big surprise was a fifth-place finish by China's Du Li, who won the event four years ago in Athens. Du was just a point behind Emmons after qualifying.