Christopher Taylor has broken Usain Bolt's long-standing 400m national youth record at the World Youth Championships.
In his semi-final race in Colombia, the 15-year-old recorded a time of 45.30s, beating Bolt's time by five hundredths of a second.
Taylor told The Gleaner: "I just came here to win. The execution was just to get out hard, cover the back stretch and then come home strong."
The time is the sixth fastest on the all-time youth list.