Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, has joined the ranks of only a handful of sprinters with a record of eight world titles at the World Championships in Athletics.
Bolt claimed his third gold in Moscow on Sunday by anchoring Jamaica's 4x100-m men's relay team to victory with an overall winning time of 37.36 seconds.
The Olympic champion earlier clinched gold at both the 100-m and 200-m men's individual events.
With his latest victory, Bolt joins America's Carl Lewis and Allyson Felix as the only other sprinters with eight world titles to their names.
The 26-year-old also became the first sprinter to achieve a triple at the worlds for the second time.