Defending champion England swept the gold medal in the 4x100m relay as Augie Iduburon put on a superb display.
Iduburon, who was called up to the team after Reece Prescod was forced out due to injury, finished the match against Trinidad and Tobago in 38.35 seconds.
Jonah Evoloko, 22, was favored over Adam Gemelli in the first leg, with Zarnell Hughes and Netanelle Mitchell-Blake shining in the middle of the race.
The English women took the silver behind Nigeria in the women’s edition.
Asha Phillippe, Imani Lancecott and Bianca Williams, led by handing the baton to the end of the 100m with a pitch to make up for Nigeria.
Broadcaster Daryl Neeta briefly threatened to spin the nzobchi Grace Nokucha as audiences felt a dramatic comeback, but England went off track.
Nigeria won with a time of 42.10 seconds, 0.31 seconds ahead of the hosts.
Evoluko, the former under-20 200m world champion, was alongside Mitchell Blake and Hughes when Great Britain won the world bronze in Eugene last month.
He told BBC Sport: “I’m loving him more and more. The second time, the second medal. It’s a lot of pressure and you want to perform well.”
He was waiting for Edoburun’s embrace at the end of the race as the pair urged the audience to make more noise.
“I am very happy to be collaborating with the boys,” said Idoburon.
“I didn’t want to miss this special generation of athletes and I want to pass on that confidence to the Europeans.”