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• Men's and women's 16 Diamond League champions after Weltklasse Zurich

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Bellow is A full list of first 16 Diamond League champions after the first final that took place in Zurich on September 1. 

Each  winner of the 2016 Diamond Race earned  a cash prize of USD40,000 plus a wild card to the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London.

Men's Winners

100m

 Powell  Asafa (JAM)

 26 points

 400m 

 LaShawn Merritt  (USA)

 50 points

 5000m 

 Hagos Gebrhiwet (ETH) 

 35 points

400m Hurdles

 Kerron Clement (USA)

 51 points

 Pole Vault 

 Renaud Lavillenie (FRA)

 72 Points

 Triple Jump 

 Christian Taylor (USA)

 60 points

 Shot Put

 Tom Walsh (NZL)

 58 points

 Javelin Throw

 Jakub Vadleich (CZE)

 50 popints


Women's winners

200m

Dafne Schippers (NED)

 30 points

 800m

 Caster Semenya (RSA)

 40 points

 1500m 

 Laura Muir (GBR)

 40 points

 3000m Steeple

 Ruth Jebet (KEN)

56 points

 110m Hurdles

 Kendra Harrison (USA)

 70 points

 High Jump 

 Ruth Beitia (ESP)

 61 points

 Long Jump

 Ivana Spanovic (SRB)

 68 points

 Discus Throw 

 Sandra Perkovic (CRO)

 80 points





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