Long Jump Women:
With a jump of 6.95m in the final 3, Larissa IAPICHINO (ITA) secured the win in the long jump contest. The U23 European Champion improved her PB by 2cm. For her first time in Monaco, Tara DAVIS-WOODHALL (USA) claimed 2nd place with a 6.88m jump. Third was Ivana VULETA (SRB) with a new SB of 6.86m.
Pole Vault Men:
Christopher NILSEN (USA) cleared a season best of 5.92m, overtaking World record holder Mondo DUPLANTIS (SWE). With a 5.82m performance, Ernest John OBIENA (PHI) and Kurtis MARSCHALL (AUS) claimed second and third place.
Javelin Throw Men:
With a throw of 85.95m, Olympic silver medalist VADLEJCH Jakub (CZE) took the win. Behind him were European Champion Julian WEBER (GER), with a 84.23m throw, and Keshorn WALCOTT (TTO) with 81.31m.
High Jump Women:
Olympic silver medalist Nicola OLYSLAGERS (AUS) cleared 1.99m and claimed her third Diamond League victory this season, ahead of Iryna GERASHCHENKO (UKR) and Yaroslava MAHUCHIKH (UKR) who both jumped 1.96m.
400m Hurdles Men:
For his 3rd time in Monaco, the World record holder, Olympic Champion and two times World Champion, Karsten WARHOLM (NOR) set a new Diamond League Record and World Lead of 46.51 – fourth fastest time in history. Behind him were Alison DOS SANTOS (BRA) with a new SB of 47.66 and CJ ALLEN (USA), who crossed the finish line in 47.84. Finishing fourth, the French athlete Ludvy VAILLANT ran a PB of 47.85.
After her 400m victory in Silesia, KACZMAREK Natalia (POL) claimed her second consecutive Diamond League win with a performance of 49.63 ahead of Shamier LITTLE (USA) who clocked a new PB of 49.68 and Lieke KLAVER (NED), who finished in 49.99.
Wyclife KINYAMAL (KEN) claimed 800m victory, crossing the finish line in a new 1:43.22 SB. Behind him, were African Champion Slimane MOULA (ALG) and World’s bronze medalist Marco AROP (CAN) who respectively clocked 1:43.40 and 1:43.51.
One race, many records! Faith KIPYEGON (KEN) made history in Monaco and destroyed the World Mile record. With a time of 4:07.64, she who became the first woman under 3:50 in the women’s 1500 last June (3:49.11) improved the Mile World record previously set in Monaco by Sifan HASSAN (NED) back in 2019 for the Brave Like Gabe Mile (4:12.33). Behind here, Ciara MAGEEAN (IRL) ran a new National record of 4:14.58. Third, was Freweyni HAILU (ETH) with a new 4:14.79 SB. Jessica HULL (AUS), Nikki HILTZ (USA) and Joselyn Daniely BREA (VEN) all set Area records of 4:15.24, 4:16.35 and 4:27.41 while Laura MUIR (GBR) and Berenice CLEYET-MERLE (FRA) both set national records of 4:15.24 and 4:26.06.
Triple Jump Men:
In his last attempt Hugues Fabrice ZANGO (BUR) took a winning jump of 17.70m, snatching the triple jump win away from the World U20 Champion Jaydon HIBBERT (JAM) who competed in his first Diamond League ever in 17.66m. In third position was Yasser Mohammed TRIKI (ALG) with a 17.32m performance.
110m Hurdles Women:
In a dashing 12.30, the 2019 World Champion and Olympic silver medalist in Rio, Nia ALI (USA) broke the 110m Hurdles Meeting record that had stood since 2002, synonym of a World Lead and a PB. She was followed by the Olympic silver medalist, Kendra HARRISON (USA) and the 2022 NCAA Champion, Alaysha JOHNSON (USA) who respectively crossed the finish line in 12.31 and 12.39.
In the 5000m, Hagos GEBRHIWET (ETH) ran his way to a new PB of 12:42.18, improving his old mark by three seconds. Second in 12:42.58 was Berihu AREGAWI (ETH) followed by Telahun Haile BEKELE (ETH) in a new PB of 12:42.70. Fourth, Mohamed KATIR (ESP) smashed the European record with a time of 12:45.01 and Jimmy GRESSIER (FRA) set a new French record of 12:56.09.
With 21.86, the reigning 200m World Champion Shericka JACKSON (JAM) won the 200m race. She was followed by Commonwealth Games silver medalist Julien ALFRED (LCA) and the fastest British woman in history, Dina ASHER-SMITH (GBR), who respectively clocked 22.08 and 22.23.
3000m SC Men:
Simon Kiprop KOECH (KEN) picked up a new PB in the 3000m SC. With a time of 8:04.19, he improved his own mark by 14 seconds. Running in 8:09.54, Abraham KIBIWOT (KEN) secured the second place. Third, Abrham SIME (ETH) ran his way through a new PB of 8:10.56.
To end the evening, the Commonwealth Games Champion Ferdinand OMANYALA (KEN) won his first Diamond League race in a dashing 9.92. Second and third were two times U20 World Champion Letsile TEBOGO (BOT) with a new SB of 9.93 and Ackeem BLAKE (JAM) in a time of 10.00.