The Wanda Diamond League Trophy at Zurich's Letzigrund (© Matthew Quine / Diamond League AG)
The Wanda Diamond League has released the full allocation of scoring disciplines to specific meetings in athletics’ premier one-day meeting series in 2023.
The world’s best athletes will battle it out across 15 meetings and 32 disciplines for the prestigious Diamond Trophy.
Athletes will compete for points at 14 series meetings between May and September, with the most successful qualifying for the Wanda Diamond League Final in Eugene.
Each discipline will be staged at least four and up to eight times on the Road to the Final, giving athletes from across the globe enough opportunities to earn points.
The first 14 meetings in the series will each take place in a two-hour TV world programme and will all stage at least 14 diamond disciplines.
At the end of the regular season, the athletes with the most points in each discipline will qualify for the final, which in 2023 is being held on US soil for the first time in Diamond League history.
The season finale at Eugene’s Prefontaine Classic will be the only meeting to stage every single diamond discipline, with all 32 Wanda Diamond League champions to be crowned over the course of two days.
The season calendar and the allocation of disciplines remain subject to change according to the global health situation in 2023.
A list of disciplines for each meeting will also be available under the 'programme and results' page on each individual meeting website.
As well as the diamond disciplines, each meeting will also be able to add non-point-scoring events to their programme. These additional disciplines will be published by the individual meetings in due course.
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