Men's triple jump:
All eyes will be on the sand pit for a high-level triple jump. On the field, you'll find the man who has won it all: The portugese Pedro Pichardo. The World and Olympic Champion has shown that he is in great shape this season, with his 17m91 achieved in Doha with even if it's a bit too windy (+2.1). He will have to watch out for Andy Díaz. Winner of the Wanda Diamond League final last year, the Italian jumped 17m75 this year in Doha (17m80 wind aided). This opposition could also help the french Jean-Marc Pontvianne, who has just qualified for Budapest by beating his personal best (17m20, +2.0).
Meeting record: 17m82 (+0.2) - Christian Taylor (USA) - 12 July 2019
World best performance of the year: 17m87 (+1.3) - Jaydon Hibbert (JAM) - 13 May in Baton Rouge (USA)
Women's Long Jump:
In the women's long jump, here are three women who will be taking part in the battle for the win. Firstly, Malaika Mihambo, Olympic and world champion. The German is a redoubtable athlete, with a personal best of 7m30 set in 2019. Opposite her is the sensation Hilary Kpatcha. The French woman is ready to compete at the highest level after leaving her knee injury behind her. She had a great run of three competitions over 6m75, even winning the European Team Championships. Finally, there is Larissa Iapichino, European indoor vice champion this winter with 6m97, a national indoor record. She cleared 6m83 at the end of May in Greece, and has been consistent this season.
Meeting record: 7m33 (-0.3) - Heike Dreschler (GER) - 11 August 1992
World best performance of the year: 7m08 (+1.9) - Ackelia Smith (JAM) - 13 May in Norman (USA)