The World Athletics Championships may now be over, but the track and field season marches on next month as the world's finest competitors return to the Wanda Diamond League circuit in their bid to win the other global title on offer in 2022.
After a whirlwind 10 days in Eugene, some athletes have been left to rue a missed chance at a major championship, while other have emerged as new favourites for the Diamond Trophy.
Some world champions have already locked down their place in the Wanda Diamond League Final in Zurich on 7-8th September, while others still need to pick up points if they are to have a shot at the Diamond League title in six weeks time.
With just four meetings to go until the season finale, we take a look at where the world champions are next set to compete on the Road To The Final.
Lists are based on selected athletes confirmed as of 27th July. Line-ups at all meetings are subject to change.
World champions in action:
Mondo Duplantis (Pole Vault M), Shericka Jackson (200m W), Shaunae Miller-Uibo 200m/400m W), Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (100m W), Michael Norman (400m M), Fred Kerley (100m M), Alison Dos Santos (400m Hurdles M), Ryan Crouser (Shot Put M)
The first meeting back on the circuit after the World Championships will also be the first ever Diamond League meeting held in Poland, and the organisers have pulled together a dazzling list of world champions to celebrate their series debut. Duplantis and Dos Santos have already qualified for the final after a dominant season so far, while Fraser-Pryce will be running in the non-Diamond League 100m. 200m and 400m champions Jackson and Miller-Uibo are set to go head to head in a mouth-watering clash over half a lap.