Barbados ended the 2017 Carifta Games in fourth place, after picking up 12 medals.
When the Games concluded Monday night in Curacao, Barbados had 4 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze.
Leading the pack once again was Jamaica with 86 medals, 39 gold, 28 silver and 19 bronze.
Trinidad and Tobago didn't have as many medals as Bahamas - 22 to 31.
However, TnT had more gold medals in 7 to Bahamas' 6. Which meant Trinidad took 2nd spot and Bahamas 3rd.
Barbados added two medals in Monday evening's final session.
First, Johnathan Jones won gold in the boys’ under 20 800 metres in a time of one minute 51.51 seconds.
And, Roneldo Rock took bronze in the boys’ under 18 800 metres in one minute: 56.32.