There will be high drama in the HJ, as the overall DL title is wide open and there will be exciting duels as points are close in the women's 100, men's 800 and men's 1500 as well.
Renaud Lavillenie (pole vault), Dafne Schippers (200m), Keni Harrison (100m hurdles), Ivana Spanovic (long jump) and Sandra Perkovic (discus) already have their events won, but the women's 1500, 800 and men's 5000 have come down to a final showdown.
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Did you know Keni Harrison is one of 11 siblings?
He calls it "dangerous" for athletes because they aren't getting a lot of time between jumps.
There've only been 4 out of 14 meets, but in some events it's not too early to predict who will win the overall series.
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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.
The home jumpers will be lead by World junior champion Wang Jianan.
Lavillenie, who lives a few hours from the stadium, has won this meet in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014. Switzerland's Euro Indoor champ Selina Buchel will race in the 800.
Field will also have Veronica Campbell-Brown, Tori Bowie, and Murielle Ahoure. David Oliver vs Aries Merritt in the 110H.
She'll be up against the two women who finished behind her in Portland, Spain's Ruth Beitia and Poland's Kamila Licwinkio.
The HJ will feature Barshim, Erik Kynard, Derek Drouin, China's world silver medalist Zhang Guowei and Robbie Grabarz.
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