Former Anchovy High School sprinter Schillonie Calvert celebrated her first ever IAAF World Championships relay gold medal on the final day of the championships in Moscow, Russia.
Along with her team mates, double sprint champion Shell- Ann Fraser-Pryce, Kerron Stewart and Carrie Russell, Calvert who ran the third leg of the 4x100m in both the heats and the finals on Sunday, established a new Jamaican National Record and Championship Record 41.29 seconds, the second fastest time ever run by a woman's team over the distance.
Calvert joined triple gold medalist Usain Bolt as athletes with western Jamaica roots to win medals in Jamaica's nine medal haul, where they won six gold, two silvers and a bronze to finish third overall in the medals tables, behind Russia and the United States.
Former Mannings School runners Stephenie-Ann McPherson and Kaliese Spencer both cane away from the Championships without a medal.
McPherson was an agonising fourth in the 400m in her first time representing the national team at any level, while Spencer was disqualified in the first round of the 400m hurdles, where she was expected challenge for a medal.
Meanwhile, while celebrating on Sunday, Calvert who had also advanced to the semi-finals of the 100m, sent out 'a shout out' to Salt Spring, and all of western Jamaica.
She had started her career at Anchovy High, before transferring to Holmwood Technical were she went on to win a bronze medal at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Morocco in 2005.
She placed third in the finals of the women's 100m at the JAAA Senior Championships in June, to book her place in the individual event after winning a silver medal on the relay team at the London Olympics games last year.
Meanwhile, Bolt continued to cement his legacy as one of the greatest sprinters ever by winning the sprint double for the second time, battling the rain and his opponents to win the 100m in 9.77 seconds and the 200, in 19.66 seconds, both times well off his World Records, but still good enough to beat the best of the rest.
He also got the baton behind the United States' Justin Gatling before racing away to lead Jamaica to the its fifth straight men's 4x100m title at a major international championships.