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
They'll both be at the Brussels Diamond League meet, but in different events.
Mo Farah, David Rudisha, Asbel Kiprop, Usain Bolt, Jessica Ennis, Bogdan Bondarenko, Mutaz Essa Barshim, Renaud Lavillenie, Eunice Sum and more.
Scheduled to start on July 24th they will now be July 31st. The change was made so athletes could compete in the London DL meet.
There is only one athlete who is one more win away from winning the overall series in their event and that is Croatian discus thrower Sandra Perkovic. She has won the Diamond Race for the past three years.
Currently Justin Gatlin and discus thrower Sandra Perkovic have raked in the most cash.
*September 7th Update: German shot putter Christina Schwanitz is currently on top with $96,000 dollars.
*Final Update: Croatia discus thrower Sandra Perkovic ends the season as the richest with $106,000 in total prize money. Yikes! Christian Taylor and discus thrower Piotr Malachowski were the top earning men with $93,000 each.