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Athletics Stats: Winners of the Lausanne Diamond League 2023 event-wise

The Lausanne Diamond League 2023, also known as the Athletissima Meet 2023, showcased some outstanding performances from the Olympics, Worlds, and Commonwealth Games champions. Also the sixth leg of the Diamond League 2023 series, it offered Diamond League 2023 points in 15 events – 8 for women and 7 for men. Although the event officially was held on June 30, 2023, one of the events, the women’s high jump, took place on June 29, 2023.

Highlights from the Lausanne Diamond League 2023

At the Lausanne Diamond League 2023, the athletes put up sensational performances that secured them sixth and seventh spots in the all-time fastest 5000m. Ethiopia’s Berihu Aregawi surged ahead as he clocked a phenomenal 12:40.45, narrowly edging out Uganda’s Joshua Cheptegei. This was Cheptegei’s fastest time since setting his world record with 12:41.61.

Another high point of the meeting came in the men’s 1500m, where Norwegian Olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen continued his winning streak. Following his European record-breaking performance in Oslo, he secured another triumph with a time of 3:28.72. Lamecha Girma, Ethiopia’s recent world 3000m steeplechase record holder, finished behind Ingebrigtsen.

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Showing her prowess in the 800m, Kenya’s Mary Moraa, the world bronze medalist, emerged victorious as she defeated Olympic silver medalist Keely Hodgkinson with a season’s best of 1:57.43. Femke Bol, the Dutch sensation, asserted her dominance in the 400m hurdles. The world silver medalist broke a meeting record with a remarkable time of 52.76, after setting a world-leading time in Oslo.

In the 100m hurdles, Olympic champion Jasmine Camacho-Quinn upheld her winning streak, finishing first in 12.40 (-1.4m/s), ahead of world champion and world record-holder Tobi Amusan. Camacho-Quinn, who set a world-leading record in Los Angeles, secured her eighth win this season. In the men’s long jump, the Commonwealth Games champion LaQuan Nairn was overjoyed with his victory as he leaped an 8.11m and outdid Olympic gold medalist Miltiadis Tentoglou who achieved a leap of 8.07m, amid challenging wind conditions.

Marie-Josee Ta Lou continued to ride the wave of victories in the 100m, with a winning time of 10.88 (-0.8m/s). This is her sixth wind-legal sub-11.00 run of the season. The women’s pole vault saw USA’s Katie Moon extend her world-leading position, clearing 4.82m in her third attempt. India’s Olympic gold medalist Neeraj Chopra marked a triumphant return to men’s javelin with an impressive throw of 87.66m in his first competition since the Diamond League’s inaugural event in Doha.

Winners of the Lausanne Diamond League 2023 event-wise

Let’s take a look at the winners and top-three finishers at the Lausanne Diamond League 2023.

EventFirst PlaceSecond PlaceThird Place
Men’s 200mLetsile Tebogo (Botswana) – 20.01Jereem Richards (Trinidad and Tobago) – 20.11Joseph Fahnbulleh (Liberia) – 20.21
Men’s 1500mJakob Ingebrigtsen (Norway) – 3:28.72Lamecha Girma (Ethiopia) – 3:29.51Josh Kerr (Great Britain) – 3:29.64
Men’s 5000mBerihu Aregawi (Ethiopia) – 12:40.45Joshua Cheptegei (Uganda) – 12:41.61Hagos Gebrhiwet (Ethiopia) – 12:49.80
Men’s 110mHShunsuke Izumiya (Japan) – 13.22Jason Joseph (Switzerland) – 13.23Just Kwaou-Mathey (France) – 13.37
Women’s High JumpNicola Olyslagers (Australia) – 2.02Iryna Gerashchenko (Ukraine) – 2.00Yaroslava Mahuchikh (Ukraine) – 1.97
Men’s Long JumpLaQuan Nairn (Bahamas) – 8.11mMiltiadis Tentoglou (Greece) – 8.07mYuki Hashioka (Japan) – 7.98m
Men’s Shot PutRyan Crouser (USA) – 22.29mTom Walsh (New Zealand) – 21.99mFilip Mihaljević (Croatia) – 21.42m
Men’s Javelin ThrowNeeraj Chopra (India) – 87.66mJulian Weber (Germany) – 87.03mJakub Vadlejch (Czech Republic) – 86.13m
Women’s 100mMarie-Josée Ta Lou (Ivory Coast) – 10.88Daryll Neita (Great Britain) – 11.07Gina Lückenkemper (Germany) – 11.17
Women’s 800mMary Moraa (Kenya) – 1:57.43Keely Hodgkinson (Great Britain) – 1:58.37Natoya Goule (Jamaica) – 1:58.90
Women’s 100mHJasmine Camacho-Quinn (Puerto Rico) – 12.40Tobi Amusan (Nigeria) – 12.47Tia Jones (USA) – 12.51
Women’s 400mHFemke Bol (Netherlands) – 52.76Viivi Lehikoinen (Finland) – 54.67Ayomide Folorunso (Italy) – 55.12
Women’s 3000m SteeplechaseBeatrice Chepkoech (Kenya) – 9:05.98Sembo Almayew (Ethiopia) – 9:06.82Peruth Chemutai (Uganda) – 9:11.91
Women’s Pole VaultKatie Moon (USA) – 4.82Wilma Murto (Finland) – 4.77Eliza McCartney (New Zealand) – 4.71
Women’s Javelin ThrowMackenzie Little (Australia) -65.70Haruka Kitaguchi (Japan) – 63.34Līna Mūze (Latvia) – 62.58

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