Slovakia's Veronika Vadovičová is among the stars on the entry list for the WSPS World Cup in Châteauroux ©Getty Images

The World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS) World Cup in Châteauroux is set to mark the sport's first qualification opportunity for the Paris 2024 Paralympics.

The National Shooting Centre in the city in central France could stage shooting competitions at Paris 2024 amid ongoing doubts over the viability of the La Courneuve shooting range in Seine-Saint-Denis.

It is the venue for the latest stage of the WSPS World Cup, which is set to feature 270 athletes from 50 countries.

Women's SH1 10 metres Paralympic champion Avani Lekhara of India is among the stars set to feature at the World Cup in four rifle events.

The Indian team at the World Cup had faced difficulties securing visas for the World Cup, with double Paralympic medallist Singhraj Adhana reportedly among those affected.

However, the Sports Authority of India said on Twitter that applications from three athletes and four support staff were cleared by the French embassy after requests from India's Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and Ministry of External Affairs.

North Macedonia's Olivera Naskovska-Bikova, women's SH1 10m air pistol gold medallist at London 2012 and recently crowned European champion, and Slovakia's four-time Paralympic gold medallist Veronika Vadovičová are among the other stars set to compete in Châteauroux.

On the men's side, SH1 10m air pistol Paralympic champion Yang Chao of China and the United Arab Emirates' SH1 50m rifle three positions Paralympic champion Abdulla Sultan Alaryani have entered the World Cup.

Four men's qualifying spots for Paris 2024, seven women's and seven for either gender are available for Paris 2024 in Châteauroux.

The WSPS World Cup in Châteauroux is due to run from tomorrow until June 13.