It is almost two months until the 2021 Wanda Diamond League is scheduled to begin in Rabat, and Morocco may be bracing itself to witness some monster throws on May 23.
In past years, the Diamond League season opener has often seen records tumble in the throwing events, from Thomas Röhler's javelin Diamond League record in 2017 to Daniel Stahl's discus DLR two years later.
In anticipation of more jaw-dropping early-season lobs in the discus, javelin and shot put, we look back at some throwing royalty from the last decade of the Diamond League.
Thomas Röhler - Javelin
Diamond League champion in 2014, German javelin ace Röhler is also responsible for one of the most memorable throws in the series' history.
At the season opener in Doha in 2017, Röhler launched what was then a Diamond League record of 93.90, missing the TV cameraman at the other end of the field only by a matter of feet.
Daniel Ståhl - Discus
Another athlete to have broken a Diamond League record in Doha was Swedish discus star Daniel Ståhl, who set a new series best of 70.56m in Doha in 2019.
Though his record was broken later that season by Jamaican rival Fedrick Dacres, Ståhl went on to claim his first ever Diamond Trophy at the end of the year.
Sandra Perkovic - Discus
One woman with no shortage of Diamond Trophies is Sandra Perkovic, who has six titles to her name in the women's discus, making her the joint most successful female athlete in Diamond League history alongside Caterine Ibargüen.
Some of her most memorable marks in the series include a 70.88 monster in Shanghai in 2016 and an even bigger 71.38 in Doha two years later.
Tom Walsh - Shot Put
New Zealander Tom Walsh may be a good-natured soul away from the ring, but he always means business in competition, and is now the most successful male shot putter in Diamond League history with three Diamond Trophies to his name.
Walsh won the title in 2016, 2018 and 2019, and has often frustrated US rival Ryan Crouser in the American's quest to win a first career Diamond Trophy. In 2017, both men were thwarted by underdog Darrell Hill, who launched a memorable personal best of 22.44m in the final round of the Diamond League Final in Brussels city centre.
Valerie Adams - Shot Put
Walsh's compatriot Valerie Adams remains queen of the women's shot put, with five Diamond Trophies to her name and a still-standing Diamond League record of 21.03m set in Rome back in 2012.
Yet her throne may be under threat in the coming years, as Chinese star Gong Lijiao is building a dynasty of her own. With three back-to-back titles between 2017 and 2019, Gong remains the standout favourite to take the title this year.