Tavernier broke her own French hammer record with 75.23m while Spotakova won the javelin in 64.34m.
Kiplimo and Ingebrigtsen ran 7:26.64 and 7:27.05 for the #8 and #9 fastest times ever.
Duplantis said, “There has been a bit of confusion since they changed the rule to one world record (for both indoors and outdoors). Some people didn’t understand that the indoor world record I have is the world record, it covers both spectrums. I wanted to do the outdoor best just to clear the confusion – I have both!”
However, for first time there will be a separate prize pool for the top British runners.
Girma beat out GB's Piers Copeland (3:35.69) and world 5000m silver medallist Selemon Barega (3:36.07).
*MB: Barega goes home devastated!!
He was also charged a $590,000 fine. It's not clear if he will face any actual jail time as he's been under house arrest for hte past two years. The verdict on his son, Papa Massata Diack, who did not attend the trial, is expected shortly.
The time was also a new Norwegian record.
*MB: A 30-year old most of you have never heard of, Hedda Hynne of Norway, just ran a 1:58:10 world's best
Training partners Laura Muir and Jemma Reekie will clash in the 800m. Jakob Ingebrigsten is in the 3000m against Jacob Kiplimo and Aussie Stewart McSweyn. *Entry Lists
Diack faces five charges with prosecutors asking for a 4-year prison sentence.
Elsewhere, at the Night of the Fifteen 1500s meet, Adelle Tracey won in a PB of 4:07.47.
This was his first international race since 2017 London World Champs. Van Niekerk said on Instagram afterwards, "Forgot how to race for a moment, but it’s lovely being back on track."
*MB: Wayde V NK: 45.61 tonight for opener
She was just .06 off the UK record. Elsewhere in Poland, Piers Copeland won the 1500m in 3:37.51.
"I'm getting on a bit, and I think the key thing is to stick to one event and see what I can do."