Jaheel Hyde opened another chapter in his already impressive career by claiming the Youth Olympic 110 metre hurdles title in Nanjing, China, in record fashion.
The Wolmerian significantly improved the world record of 13.12, as he sped to 12. 96 seconds to claim gold.
Hyde has won gold medals at the World Junior and World Youth championships in the 110 and 400 metre hurdles respectively, but he says this achievement sits atop the pile.
Martin Manley also added the Olympic title to his World Youth crown after posting 46.31 seconds to win the 400 metres on Friday night.
Janelle Fullerton captured the "B" final of the women's discuss with a throw of 43.36 metres.
Despite producing a personal best effort of 2.07 metres, Lushane Wilson could only manage a sixth place finish in the final of the men's high jump.
Raheem Chambers was unable to take part in the final of the men's 100 metres, after suffering a hamstring problem in the heats on Thursday.