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Finally finished! Serena Williams elated after helping to build school in Usain Bolt's birth parish

Published:Wednesday | February 10, 2016 | 3:32 PM
In this screen grab taken from Serena Williams' Insta vid Williams cuts the ribbon to a newly built school in Jamaica. The tennis star captioned the video: "After all the hard work, the school is finally finished!".

Serena Williams did not win the title at the Australian Open last month, but she is a true winner putting her toned arms to work in Jamaica.

The tennis star posted a video on her Instagram page today showing her cutting the ribbon to the newly built school on the island.

Williams made sure to participate and get her hands dirty as she partnered with the Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation to build the school.

An elated Williams tweeted that the school is 'finally finished!'.

In the Instagram post, which also featured local entertainer Sean Paul, Williams is seen cutting the ribbon to the newly built Salt Marsh Primary School in Trelawny.

Trelawny is the birth parish of track star Usain Bolt.