British relatives of Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt celebrated his world record-breaking Olympic gold medals with a party in Wolverhampton.
The 22-year-old's mother, Jennifer Bolt, stopped off to celebrate with her family in the Bradmore area of city on her way home to Jamaica from China.
Mrs Bolt's cousin, Maureen Davis, 56, said: "We're so proud of him.
"We all are, everyone in the family. We wanted to have a party to celebrate his success, his birthday and the birthdays of other family members together.
"It was really nice. We had some food and drink out in the garden.
"We all watched him on the television. We knew he'd break the records but it was still nerve-wracking watching."
Mrs Bolt, 46, will stay in London for a few days before flying back to Jamaica.
"She's delighted," said Mrs Davis. "She was delighted to celebrate here amongst her family."
Usain, nicknamed Lightning Bolt, holds the world records for the 100m, 200m and, along with his teammates, the 4 x 100m relay.
He won a total of three Olympic gold medals in Beijing.