On a historic night with two world records and one world best, it is almost impossible to single out one performance.
Jakob Ingebrigtsen got the party started in Paris with his fabulous 7:54.10 in the men's two miles, and Lamecha Girma wrapped it up with a staggering world record of 7:52.11 in the men's 3000m steeplechase.
But once again, it was Faith Kipyegon who stood out on a historic night where standout performances were ten a penny, delivering the OMEGA Moment of the Meeting for the second week in a row.
Just a week after her 1500m world record in Florence, the Kenyan had come to Paris on a high, but without expectation that she would make history for the second time in a week.
Yet as she entered the final lap of a gruelling battle with then world record holder Letesenbet Gidey, it was clear that Kipyegon had a chance to do something very special.
The crowd at the Stade Charléty were on their feet as she streaked away from both Gidey and the green wavelight to come home in 14:05.20, taking Gidey's world record and becoming the first ever athlete in Diamond League history to break the world record in two different disciplines.
"I do not know how I made it. I just focused on the green light and tried to stay relaxed and enjoy the race. When I saw that it was a world record, I was so surprised," she said.