Diamond League Athletics Finals Eugene: Preview, Trends and Analysis

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The fifteenth season of the Diamond League begins in Xiamen on 20th April 2024 and will run through to the finals in Brussels on the 13th and 14th September

Diamond League Athletics Finals Eugene: Preview, Trends and Analysis
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Diamond League Schedule 2024

The Diamond League is a fifteen event series for elite athletes in track and field with meetings that take place all around the world.

The Diamond League is in its fifteenth season since its inauguration in 2010.

The UK leg of the Diamond League is in London in July.

The schedule for 2024 is as follows:

Host City
Country
Date of event
Xiamen
China
20th April 2024
Shanghai
China
27th April 2024
Doha
Qatar
10th May 2024
Rabat
Morocco
19th May 2024
Eugene
USA
25th May 2024
Oslo
Norway
20th May 2024
Stockholm
Sweden
2nd June 2024
Paris
France
7th July 2024
Monaco
Monaco
12th July 2024
London
Britain
20th July 2024
Lausanne
Switzerland
22nd August 2024
Silesia
Poland
25th August 2024
Rome
Italy
29th August 2024
Zurich
Switzerland
5th September 2024
Brussels
Belgium13th and 14th September 2024


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The Diamond League: How Does It Work?

At each of the 14 series Diamond League meetings, Athletes are awarded 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 or 1 points for ranking 1st to 8th respectively. The top 6 in the field events, top eight for 100m-800m and the top 10 for 1500m and long distances will qualify for the Final. In case of a tie, the best legal performance of the qualification phase wins.

The winner of each Diamond Discipline at the Final will become "Diamond League Champion" and be awarded a Diamond Trophy, USD 30'000 prize money and a wild card for the World Athletics Championships (certain conditions apply).

There are thirteen meetings in a full Diamond League season and for the events at each meeting athletes are awarded points valuing from eight to one for finishing first to eighth respectively. The athletes that accrue the most points over the course of the season will qualify for the Diamond League Final. 

The winner of each event at the Diamond League Final will become the ‘Diamond League Champion’ for that year. He or she will win $30,000 prize money and earn a wild card for the World Athletics Championships, depending on certain conditions.

After the penultimate Diamond League meeting in Brussels, the finalists will be known and a start list for each event will be added here. Previous point totals are wiped at this stage and the winner of the Final will be crowned Champion in each event.

Broadcaster:

UK: BBC

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Diamond League Overall Winners since 2018: Women

Below is a table outlining the overall female winners in each discipline of the Diamond League since 2018 (the series was cancelled in 2020):


Event
2018 Overall Winner
2019 Overall Winner
2021 Overall Winner
2022 Overall Winner
2023 Overall Winner
100m
Murielle Ahoure CIV
Dina Asher-Smith GBR
Elaine Thompson JAM
Shelley-Ann Fraser-Pryce JAM
Shericka Jackson JAM
200m
Shaunae Miller-Uibo BAH
Shaunae Miller-Uibo BAH
Christine Mboma NAM
Shericka Jackson JAM
Shericka Jackson JAM
400m
Salwa Eid Naser BHR
Salwa Eid Naser BHR
Quanera Hayes USA
Marileidy Paulino BAH
Marileidy Paulino BAH
800m
Caster Semenya RSA
Ajee Wilson USA
Keely Hodgkinson GBR
Mary Moraa KEN
Keely Hodgkinson GBR
1500m
Laura Muir GBR
Sifan Hassan NED
Faith Kipyegon KEN
Faith Kipyegon KEN
Faith Kipyegon KEN
5000m
Helen Obiri KEN
Sifan Hassan NED
Francine Niyonsaba BDI
Beatrice Chebet KEN
Gudaf Tsegay ETH
110m Hurdles
Brianna McNeal USA
Danielle Williams JAM
Tobi Amusan NGR
Tobi Amusan NGR
Tobi Amusan NGR
400m Hurdles
Dalilah Muhammad USA
Sydney McLaughlin USA
Femke Bol NED
Femke Bol NED
Femke Bol NED
3000m Steeplechase
Beatrice Chepkoech KEN
Beatrice Chepkoech KEN
Norah Jeruto KEN
Werkuha Getachew ETH
Winifred Mutile Yavi BHR
Javelin
Tatsiana Khaladovich BLR
Lu Huihui CHN
Christian Hussong GER
Kara Winger USA
Haruka Kitaguchi JPN
Discus
Yaime Perez CUB
Yaime Perez CUB
Valarie Allman USA
Valarie Allman USA
Valarie Allman USA
Shot Put
Gong Lijiao CHN
Gong Lijiao CHN
Magdalyn Ewen USA
Chase Ealey USA
Chase Ealey USA
Pole Vault
Katerina Stefanidi GRE
Katerina Stefanidi GRE
Anzhelika Sidorova ANA
Nina Kennedy AUS
Katie Moon USA
High Jump
Mariya Lasitskene ANA
Mariya Lasitskene ANA
Mariya Lasitskene ANA
Yaroslava Mahuchikh UKR
Yaroslava Mahuchikh UKR
Triple Jump
Caterine Ibarguen COL
Shanieka Ricketts JAM
Yulima Rojas VEN
Yulimar Rojas VEN
Yulimar Rojas VEN
Long Jump
Caterine Ibarguen COL
Malaika Mihambo GER
Ivana Spanovic SRB
Ivana Vuleta SRB
Ivana Vuleta SRB

Diamond League Overall Winners since 2017: Men

Below is a table outlining the overall male winners in each discipline of the Diamond League since 2017 (the series was cancelled in 2020):

Event
2018 Overall Winner
2019 Overall Winner
2021 Overall Winner
2022 Overall Winner
2023 Overall Winner
100m
Christian Coleman USA
Noah Lyles USA
Fred Kerley USA
Trayvon Bromell USA
Christian Coleman USA
200m
Noah Lyles USA
Noah Lyles USA
Kenneth Bednarek USA
Noah Lyles USA
Andre de Grasse CAN
400m
Fred Kerley USA
Michael Norman USA
Michael Cherry USA
Kirani James GRN
Kirani James GRN
800m
Emmanuel Korir KEN
Donavan Brazier USA
Emmanual Korir KEN
Emmanuel Kipkurui Korir KEN
Emmanuel Wanyonyi KEN
1500m
Timothy Cheruiyot KEN
Timothy Cheruiyot KEN
Timothy Cheruiyot KEN
Jacob Ingebrigtsen NOR
Jacob Ingebrigtsen NOR
5000m
Selemon Barega ETH
Joshua Cheptegei UGA
Berihu Aregawi ETH
Nicholas Kipkorir KEN
Jacob Ingebrigtsen NOR
110m Hurdles
Sergey Shubenov ANA
Orlando Ortega ESP
Devon Allen USA
Grant Holloway USA
Hansle Parchment JAM
400m Hurdles
Kyron McMaster IVB
Karsten Warholm NOR
Karsten Warholm NOR
Alison Dos Santos BRA
Rai Benjamin USA
3000m Steeplechase
Conselsus Kipruto KEN
Getnet Wale ETH
Benjamin Kigen KEN
Soufiane El Bakkali MAR
Simon Kiprop Koech KEN
Javelin
Andreas Hoffmann GER
Magnus Kirt EST
Johannes Vetter GER
Neeraj Chopra IND
Jakub Vadlejch CZE
Discus
Fedrick Dacres JAM
Daniel Stahl SWE
Daniel Stahl SWE
Kristjan Ceh SLO
Matthew Denny AUS
Shot Put
Tomas Walsh NZL
Tomas Walsh NZL
Ryan Crouser USA
Joe Kovacs USA
Joe Kovacs USA
Pole Vault
Timur Morgunov ANA
Sam Kendricks USA
Armand Duplantis SWE
Armand Duplantis SWE
Armand Duplantis SWE
High Jump
Brandon Starc AUS
Andriy Protsenko UKR
Gianmarco Tamberi ITA
Gianmarco Tamberi ITA
Sanghyeok Woo KOR
Triple Jump
Pedro Pichardo POR
Chrisitan Taylor USA
Pedro Pichardo POR
Andy Diaz Hernandez CUB
Andy Diaz Hernandez CUB
Long Jump
Luvo Manyonga RSA
Juan Miguel Echevarria CUB
Thobias Montler SWE
Miltiadis Tentoglou GRE
Simon Ehammer SWI

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