The Wanda Diamond League Final is upon us. On Saturday and Sunday, the world's best track and field athletes will line up at the Prefontaine Classic for one last shot at a global title in 2023.
US sprint star Noah Lyles will be aiming for a sixth career Diamond Trophy in the men's 100m, while Norwegian distance legend Jakob Ingebrigtsen is looking to bounce back from disappointment at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. India's Neeraj Chopra is out to defend his title in the men's javelin, while Mondo Duplantis may have one more shot at the world record in the men's pole vault.
Kenyan star Faith Kipyegon has already broken three world records this year and will want to crown a historic season with another title in the women's 1500m, while Jamaica's Shericka Jackson has also been making noises about the world record in the 200m. Newly crowned 100m world champion Sha'Carri Richardson, meanwhile, is hoping to claim a first ever Diamond League title.
The action on Saturday will start at 10:50 local time (GMT -7) with the women's javelin and the main programme will kick off at 12:00 local time with the men's 400m hurdles. Sunday's events will begin at 11:00 local time with the women's high jump and the main programme will begin at 12:00 local time with the men's 800m.
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