Usain Bolt marked his first individual race of the season by securing victory in a rare 400 metres run at the GC Foster Classic in Kingston.
The world-record holder over 100m and 200m last month said he felt like a forgotten man during an injury-plagued 2014.
Bolt took the final four months of last year off to regain full fitness, but returned to competition in his homeland over a full circuit on Saturday and clocked 46.37 seconds to secure victory.
He tweeted after the race: “Give thanks for a injury free 400m run #46.37.”
The legendary Jamaican sprinter is set to defend his sprint titles at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing in August.