Rain has ruined the chance of a decisive result in the second cricket test between Australia and the West Indies in Trinidad.
The West Indies were 53 for two, chasing 215 when heavy rain sent them from the field just after lunch. They never returned, and the match has now officially ended.
Rain caused stoppages on all five days of the Test.
Michael Clarke at least gave some chance of forcing a result when he declared with Australia 160 for eight in their second innings.
The draw means Australia now can't lose the three-test series.
Australia will retain the Frank Worrell Trophy with a 1-0 lead going into the third and final Test in Dominica.