This is the schedule for the Diamond League events, the most prestigious track athletics event circuit in the world and which will play its final at the Weltklasse in Zurich.
The Diamond League has returned and has done so with the first meeting of the circuit, held in Doha on May 13. From that day until September 8, eleven more events will take place and the grand final in Zurich, where the diamonds will be decided in each of the disciplines.
Below is the Diamond League schedule in a year that will be marked not only by the World Championships in Eugene and the European Championships in Munich, but also by the Commonwealth Games.
- Doha – May 13, 2022
- Birmingham – May 21, 2022
- Eugene – May 28
- 2022. Rabat June 5, 2022
- Rome – June 9, 2022
- Oslo – June 16, 2022
- Paris June 18, 2022
- Stockholm – June 30, 2022
- Chorzow – August 6, 2022
- Monaco – August 10, 2022
- Lausanne – August 26, 2022
- Brussels – September 2, 2022
- Zurich – September 8, 2022
THE TESTS THAT ARE DISPUTED IN EACH OF THE TESTS
In the Diamond League events, except for the Zurich final, not all the tests that make up the circuit are held. Next, the tests that are carried out in each of the appointments in both the male and female categories.
Like every year, the Diamond League brings together the best athletes in the world in the different meetings that are held throughout the season. Vibrant races, hard-fought contests and a lot of visibility for our sport that also translates into juicy cash prizes. Although the amount of them has been reduced in recent years, they are still the meetings that pay the best for the highest ranked athletes, with prizes of up to $ 30,000 for the first classified in the final of the circuit.
However, it is clear that the athletes’ earnings in these Diamond League events are far from those that other high-level athletes can achieve, especially if we take into account that it is the best and most prestigious competition circuit. Below we detail the prizes that the athletes win, which are divided between the first and eighth place, which in normal meetings is 500 dollars.