Jamaica continues to dominate the Carifta Games with their medal count now standing at 52, including a staggering 26 golds.
Jamaica, who have long reigned supreme at the annual regional event, have almost double the amount of their nearest rivals, the Bahamas, who have 25 medals.
Jamaican pole vaulter Xavier Boland set the tone for the second day of the Games, winning gold in the open boys event with a jump of 4.40 metres. Paul Ann Gayle, shattered the Under-17 Girls discus record with a throws of 42.06 and 43.99 metres.
Gleneve Grange earned Jamaica another gold in the open girls pentathlon with 3292 points, with Bermuda pair Jordan Bascome (2310) and Aaliya Nolan (2098) finishing sixth and eighth respectively.
In the Girls Under-17 800 metres, Jamaica added to their massive medal haul with Tiffany James taking gold in a time of two minutes and 18.11 seconds. Her team-mate, Chantai Smith claimed silver (2:18.26) with British Virgin Islands Lakeisha Warner placing third (2:18.26).
Jamaica stormed their way to a one-two in the Under-17 Boys 800 metres with Ricardo McKenzie grabbing gold (2:02.73) and Orville Dixon taking silver (2:02.98).
The gold medals kept rolling in for Jamaica with Simoya Campbell winning the Girls Under-20 800 metres in 2:08.48.
Okeen Williams also added a gold to Jamaica's mammoth medal tally, winning the boys 400 metres hurdles (53.15) ahead of his team-mate Marvin Williams who claimed silver (54.96). D'Mitry Charlton, of the Bahamas, won bronze in 54.99, however the biggest cheer of the race was saved for Bermuda's Jermiah Steede, 15, who won the hearts of the home crowd despite coming last.
The hero hurdler picked himself up after falling at the third jump to limp over the finish line in 1:34.00, and required medical treatment at the trackside for a suspected hamstring injury.
Jamaica is seeking to overhaul the 66 medals won last year. Jamaica's tally is currently at 26 gold, 14 silver and 12 bronze!