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London Diamond League 2024 ~ Saturday 20 July

🏅 The stars of global track and field are back in the capital with athletics once again set to take centre stage at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 

🎟️ London Diamond League tickets are on sale here.

The countdown is on to the Paris 2024 Olympics with the world’s best athletes and para athletes set to make their final preparations at the iconic London Stadium.  Anticipation levels are high with London Diamond League tickets in hot demand! 

In July 2023 the famous stadium – scene of Super Saturday and Thriller Thursday not to mention an extraordinary array of sporting moments – saw athletics return after absence of four years.  And with just six days to go until the 2024 Olympic Games opening ceremony in Paris the London Diamond League (formerly known as the Anniversary Games) is the place to be for athletics fans.

A stellar cast of world, European, Commonwealth and Olympic athletes are set to take part.  Including members of the GB & NI team who starred at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest.

👀 Read on for the event schedule, the latest news on athletes taking part and ticket information.

Already confirmed for this year’s London Diamond League, Team GB star Keely Hodgkinson.  Making her debut at London Stadium, the reigning Wanda Diamond League champion will be looking to impress en route to the Paris Olympics where she has her sights set on women’s 800m gold. 

Hodgkinson will have a fellow female star in her midst.  Aka 400m hurdles sensation Femke Bol.  The Dutch star returns to the scene of one of her greatest performances.  Bol raced to a breathtaking 51.45 in the 400m hurdles at the London Stadium last year.  She clocked the third-fastest time ever and set a new European and Diamond League record.

Joining Hodgkinson and Bol is USA’s six-time world champion Noah Lyles who will compete in the men’s 100m.  Sprinting superstar Lyles won a hat-trick of gold medals at the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, making it a clean sweep in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.

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The 2024 edition can’t come soon enough as athletes and para athletes use the event to fine-tune their preparations ahead of the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Don’t miss out on the biggest one-day athletics spectacular of the year.  Get your friends and family together and secure your seats for an action-packed day out!


🎟️ Tickets are on sale via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.

🕒 Event competition will take place from 1pm to 4.30pm.

🚗 Travel tips: Public transport is recommended.  Both Stratford and Stratford International are within walking distance of London Stadium.  Stratford is on the Central & Jubilee lines and the Docklands Light Railway (DLR).  Also London Overground and National Rail services operated by Greater Anglia and C2C.  Stratford International station (approximately 10 minute walk) is served by Docklands Light Railway and Southeastern High Speed 1 services.  Hackney Wick station is on the London Overground an approximately 15 minutes walk.  By bus the 388, 339 and D9 services stop close to the stadium.No spectator parking is available at the venue.  The closest car parks are in Stratford International Station and Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford.  See this London Stadium ‘Getting Here’ guide for more info.


Last year GB’s Zharnel Hughes starred with a take down of the long-standing British 200m men’s record, narrowly beaten by American star Noah Lyles who produced a huge meeting record with a time of 19.47.  And in the women’s 100m British star and global medalist Dina Asher-Smith produced a brilliant season’s best run of 10.85, while Jemma Reekie toppled a world-class field to take a memorable victory in the women’s 800m.

Other highlights included the men’s shot put where world record holder Ryan Crouser (USA) threw 23.07m to demolish the competition.  The imperious Femke Bol (NED) blew the competition away on her London debut.  The Dutch star set a blistering European record of 51.45 in the women’s 400m hurdles.  In the men’s 400m world record holder Wayde van Niekerk swept to victory on 44.37.

Fresh from her exploits as a quadruple medallist at the World Para Athletics Championships the previous week, Sammi Kinghorn returned to home soil in 2023 with a flourish as she made a late move to win the women’s mixed classification 800m wheelchair race.  Double T34 world champion Hannah Cockroft took third in 1:47.11 on a memorable return to the stadium where she has won so much silverware.

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