With just a few weeks to go until the start of the 2021 season, we asked some of the most successful athletes in Diamond League history to name their favourite memories from the last 10 years of competing in the series.
Wayde Van Niekerk - 400m
South African 400m world record holder Wayde Van Niekerk burst onto the Diamond League scene in Paris back in 2015, when he became the first African to run sub-44 over one lap.
The reigning Olympic champion also looks back on his Diamond League record of 43.62, set in Lausanne four years ago, and sets his sights on similar feats in the weeks and months to come. Having missed the last couple of seasons through injury, the 28-year-old is keen to re-establish himself as the king of the 400m this year.
"I'm really excited for 2021 and I'm looking forward to repeating what I did back then!"
Allyson Felix - 200m/400m
US sprint star Allyson Felix has been one of the most dominant athletes on the Diamond League circuit since 2010, with 24 victories and four Diamond Trophies to her name.
The 35-year-old's most cherished memory however comes from the very first Diamond League season in 2010, when she won the title in both the 200m and 400m, becoming the first athlete to win two Diamond Trophies in a single season.
Christian Taylor - Triple Jump
The joint record champion with seven Diamond Trophies to his name, US triple jumper Christian Taylor is truly a legend of the series.
His favourite moment came in 2015, when he won what many believe to be the greatest triple jump competition in history. In a gripping battle with rival Pedro Pablo Pichardo, Taylor jumped 18.04 to claim victory as both men cleared the 18-metre mark.