As far as ticket prices vs meet quality go, you'll get a lot more bang for your buck at Monaco or Pre than you will with the expensive meets in the UK.
Read the highlights from 2nd part of the DL season.
*DL Review Part 1 Highlights
Read the highlights from Doha through the adidas GP in NYC.
*DL Review Part 2 Paris through Brussels.
Genzebe Dibaba and Almaz Ayana both make the list.
Team USA dominated the financial battle with $1,928,583 in prize money.
Some events are pretty much wrapped up like Sifan Hassan in the 1500 and Sandra Perkovic in the discus. Others, like Christian Taylor vs Pedro Pablo Pichardo in the TJ, will come to a nail-biting conclusion. The 200 series will also come to an interesting conclusion between Allyson Felix, Dafne Schippers and Jeneba Tarmoh. The men's 5000 is wide open with literally everyone on the start line (including Ben True) in contention for the overall DL title.
*MB: Brussells entries up
Thursday's meet should be a lot of fun. It serves as a chance for redemption for Evan Jager and Jairus Birech, a $40,000 match race between Asbel Kiprop and Silas Kiplagat, and a battle royale at 3,000 between Emily Infeld, Shannon Rowbury and Jenny Simpson. Plus Mo Aman versus Rudisha and more.
They'll both be at the Brussels Diamond League meet, but in different events.
Katie Mackey did something Molly Huddle and Shalane Flanagan have never done. Win a Diamond League meet.
With the Kenyan World Champs Trials this weekend, the mid-d/distance fields aren't quite as strong, but that opens the door for a slew of Americans. In the 1,500, Ayanleh Souleiman and Matthew Centrowitz will battle as Robby Andrews makes a rare DL appearance. Brenda Martinez, Molly Ludlow and Chanelle Price are all in the 800 and is there any way Andy Bayer can win the steeple?
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