In order to give all athletes a fair chance of qualifying for the Wanda Diamond League Final, some disciplines have been reallocated to other events in mid-August.
Bouncing back from his first 100m defeat since 2019, Trayvon Bromell won the 100m at the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Gateshead on Tuesday evening (13) to re-establish himself as the favourite for gold at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Seven months after tearing her achilles tendon, world heptathlon champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson believes she will be ready to contend for a medal at the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.
The 2021 Wanda Diamond League continues on Tuesday (13), with Gateshead welcoming many of the world’s best athletes for the Muller British Grand Prix.
With the Tokyo Olympics less than two weeks away, many of the world’s top athletes will get a last chance to test their competitive form when they line up in the Wanda Diamond League meeting in Gateshead, England, on Tuesday.
Mutaz Barshim, Mondo Duplantis and Jakob Ingebrigtsen will be among the athletes in Athletissima action when the Wanda Diamond League makes its 10th stop of the season in Lausanne on 26 August.
World leader Trayvon Bromell heads the 100m line-up while Malaika Mihambo will continue her Wanda Diamond League tour when the series moves on to the Muller British Grand Prix in Gateshead on 13 July.
Mondo Duplantis, Juan Miguel Echevarria, Valerie Adams, Femke Bol and Timothy Cheruiyot are among the athletes competing as the Wanda Diamond League series moves on to the Bauhaus-Galan.