1. Noah Lyles - 19.83 (200m)
Noah Lyles launched his Diamond Trophy defence in style in the men's 200m in Doha, surging past Ramil Guliyev on the home straight to take eight points.
2. Steven Gardiner - 43.87 (400m)
It was quite the start for Steven Gardiner in the 400m as well, the Bahamian setting an emphatic world lead with 43.87.
3. Abderrahman Samba - 47.57 (400m Hurdles)
What a year it has been so far for Abderrahman Samba. The Qatari star got off to a winning start on home soil as he smashed the Diamond League record in the 400m Hurdles.
4. Sandi Morris - 4.84m (Pole Vault)
Sandi Morris is hunting a first Diamond Trophy of her career as she looks to topple two-time winner Kat Stefanidi this season. Victory in Doha saw her throw down the gauntlet in the pole vault.
5. Sandra Perkovic - 71.38m (Discus)
A Diamond League legend like few others, Sandra Perkovic showed her quality once again in Doha with a mind-boggling, Diamond League record breaking 71.38.
6. Steven Gardiner- 43.99 (400m)
Gardiner continued his fine early season form with another win in Shanghai, picking up a second eight points and another meeting record.
7. Wycliffe Kinyamal - 1:43.91 (800m)
Wycliffe Kinyamal staked his claim for a shot at the Diamond Trophy with the first of two successive victories in Shanghai.
8. Shaunae Miller-Uibo - 22.06 (200m)
Ever since the end of last season, where she sensationally grabbed two Diamond Trophies, Shaunae Miller-Uibo has been a sprinting superstar in the Diamond League, and she proved it again with a 200m meeting record in Shanghai.
9. Brianna McNeal - 12.50 (100m Hurdles)
She is the woman to beat in the 100m hurdles this year, and Brianna McNeal started a strong Road To The Final with a record-breaking run in China.
10. Lyu Huihui - 66.85m (Javelin)
To the delight of the home crowd, Lyu Huihui smashed the meeting record in the women's javelin in Shanghai.
11. Ryan Crouser - 22.53m (Shot Put)
The Olympic Champion narrowly missed out on the Diamond Trophy last year, and he faces another epic battle to claim it this year. A meeting record at Eugene remains his best Diamond League performance so far this season.
12. Caster Semenya - 1:55.92 (800m)
Caster Semenya has extended her success into the 1500m of late, but she has long been queen of the 800m, and proved it again at the Prefontaine Classic.
13. Jennifer Suhr - 4.85m (Pole Vault)
It wasn't just a meeting record, but also an unexpected eight points for Jenn Suhr in Eugene, as she picked up a surprising but thoroughly deserved victory on home soil.
14. Thomas Röhler - 89.88m (Javelin)
It speaks volumes of the quality of Thomas Röhler that this is nowhere near the furthest he has thrown in the Diamond League. But a meeting record it remains, as the German picked up eight points in Eugene.
15. Abderrahman Samba - 47.48 (400m Hurdles)
A second Diamond League record in a matter of weeks, the fastest time in nearly a decade and another eight points on the board. If anyone doubted Samba before Rome, he put them right at the Golden Gala.
16. Hyvin Kiyeng - 9:04.96 (3000m Steeplechase)
The headlines were dominated by Emma Coburn's unfortunate fall in the women's steeplechase, but Coburn's despair was Kiyeng's delight as the Kenyan broke the meeting record.
17. Sandra Perkovic - 68.93m (Discus)
Not quite the level of Doha, but another consummate victory for Sandra Perkovic, who appears to be completely and utterly unbeatable in the discus.
18. Abderrahman Samba - 47.60 (400m Hurdles)
This was Samba's worst performance in the Diamond League so far. Not because he lost (he didn't), not because it was a slow time (it wasn't), but because it is the only meet at which he has not broken the Diamond League record. The man, and his socks, are on fire.
19. Tom Walsh - 22.29m (Shot Put)
As if in direct response to Ryan Crouser's meeting record at Eugene, Tom Walsh picked up his own MR in Oslo, stealing victory from Crouser at the last.
1. Abderrahman Samba - 47.41 (400m Hurdles)
Abderrahman Samba. Diamond League record. Again. Need we say more?
2. Fedrick Dacres - 69.67 (Discus)
The Jamaican Sensation struck again in Stockholm after missing out on victory in Oslo. Will he claim the Diamond Trophy later this summer?
3. Gudaf Tsegay - 3:57.64 (1500m)
What a run it was from Gudaf Tsegay, who was unfazed by the strange development of the race and eased to eight points in record time.
4. Brianna McNeal - 12.38 (100m Hurdles)
McNeal once again staked her claim to be the favourite for the Diamond Trophy with a commanding win over a tough field in Stockholm.
5. Sandi Morris - 4.86m (Pole Vault)
Morris continued her brilliant form with a non-scoring win in Stockholm. Unfortunately we have no clip, but rest, assured, it was marvellous. Instead, here's another look at the USATF star's vlog from Doha...