After five months of action, the 2023 Diamond League schedule concludes with the grand final at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon. 

Watch the top stars of the Americas compete for the diamond trophy and $30,000 in prize money in 32 disciplines from September 16-17, live on the Panam Sports Channel. 

The 2023 Diamond League season concludes this weekend with the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Oregon from September 16-17. 

A total of 15 countries of the Americas will compete in the final event of the season as athletes seek to win the Diamond Trophy and $30,000 USD by winning their respective events. Athletes will compete in 16 events on both the men’s and women’s sides, with the finalists determined by the rankings with performance earning points throughout the 13 previous Diamond League meets that began on May 5. 

The United States leads the way with an outstanding 68 athletes qualified to compete in the Diamond League final. Jamaica, Cuba, Canada, Grenada, Dominican Republic, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Venezuela, Dominica, Bahamas, Panama, Barbados, Guyana and Puerto Rico also have athletes competing in the finals.

Several world champions and stars of athletics are set to compete this weekend, including Noah Lyles, Sha’Carri Richardson, Grant Holloway, Ryan Crouser, Chase Ealey and Athing Mu for the United States, Shericka Jackson, Elaine Thompson-Herah and Tajay Gayle for Jamaica, Andre de Grasse and Marco Arop for Canada, Yulimar Rojas for Venezuela, Jasmine Camacho-Quinn for Puerto Rico, Kyron McMaster for the British Virgin Islands and Alexander Ogando for the Dominican Republic, among many more. 

Two Ambassadors of Team Panam Sports for Santiago 2023, Marileidy Paulino of the Dominican Republic and Anderson Peters of Grenada, will also compete in their respective events of the women’s 400m and men’s javelin. Both athletes seek to add a Diamond League championship to their resume before preparing to compete at the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games this October and November. 

All eyes will be on the premier and final competition of the two-day meet, as Jamaica’s Shericka Jackson seeks to make history by breaking the women’s 200m world record that has stood since Florence Joyner-Griffith set the mark of 21.34 seconds in 1988. Jackson ran the second-fastest time in history at the 2023 World Athletics Championships, clocking a 21.45s on August 25. Now, she seeks to put her name at the top of the history books. 

Sport fans in the following countries can watch all of the action from the Diamond League final on the Panam Sports Channel: Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay. Download the free mobile app now to watch!

View the full event schedule and the athletes of the Americas that will compete in each event below.


Saturday, September 16

11 am – Women’s Javelin – Maggie Malone (USA)

11:06 am – Men’s Triple Jump – Chris Benard (USA), Will Claye (USA), Donald Scott (USA)

11:08 am – Men’s High Jump – JuVaughn Harrison (USA), Luis Enrique Zayas (CUB)

12:04 pm – Men’s 400m Hurdles – CJ Allen (USA), Trevor Bassitt (USA), Rai Benjamin (USA), Alison Dos Santos (BRA), Kyron McMaster (BVI)

12:16 pm – Men’s 400m – Bryce Deadmon (USA), Quincy Hall (USA), Kirani James (GRN), Rusheen McDonald (JAM), Vernon Norwood (USA), Alexander Ogando (DOM)

12:20 pm – Men’s Javelin – Anderson Peters (GRN), Curtis Thompson (USA)

12:26 pm – Women’s Pole Vault – Katie Moon (USA), Sandi Morris (USA)

12:29 pm – Women’s 3000m Steeplechase – Courtney Wayment (USA)

12:49 pm – Women’s Triple Jump – Yulimar Rojas (VEN), Thea Lafond (DMA), Leyanis Perez Hernandez (CUB), Liadagmis Povea (CUB), Shanieka Ricketts (JAM), Kimberly Williams (JAM)

12:51 pm – Women’s 1500m – Laurie Barton (USA), Sinclaire Johnson (USA), Cory Ann McGee (USA)

1:07 pm – Men’s 100m – Noah Lyles (USA), Christian Coleman (USA), Marvin Bracy-Williams (USA), Ackeem Blake (JAM), Yohan Blake (JAM), Kishane Thompson (JAM)

1:11 pm – Women’s Shot Put – Chase Ealey (USA), Maggie Ewen (USA), Sarah Mitton (CAN), Danniel Thomas-Dodd (JAM)

1:19 pm – Men’s 3000m Steeplechase – Craig Nowak (USA)

1:40 pm – Women’s 100m – Shericka Jackson (JAM), Elaine Thompson-Herah (JAM), Natasha Morrison (JAM), Sha’Carri Richardson (USA), Twanisha Terry (USA)

1:50 pm – Men’s Mile – Cole Hocker (USA), Yared Nuguse (USA), Erik Sowinski (USA)

Sunday, September 17

11:30 am – Women’s High Jump – Vashti Cunningham (USA)

11:40 am – Men’s Discus – Sam Mattis (USA)

11:48 am – Men’s Long Jump – Tajay Gayle (JAM), Jarrion Lawson (USA), LaQuan Nairn (BAH), William Williams (USA)

12:04 pm – Men’s 800m – Marco Arop (CAN), Navasky Anderson (JAM), Bryce Hoppel (USA), 

12:39 pm – Women’s 5000m – Elise Cranny (USA), Weini Kelati Frezghi (USA), Alicia Monson (USA)

12:57 pm – Men’s Pole Vault – Sam Kendricks (USA), KC Lightfoot (USA), Christopher Nilsen (USA)

1:04 pm – Women’s 400m Hurdles – Rushell Clayton (JAM), Anna Cockrell (USA), Shamier Little (USA), Janieve Russell (JAM), Gianna Woodruff (PAN)

1:08 pm – Women’s Discus – Valarie Allman (USA), Laulauga Tausaga (USA)

1:17 pm – Men’s 3000m – Grant Fisher (USA), Luis Grijalva (GUA), William Kincaid (USA), Samuel Prakel (USA)

1:37 pm – Women’s 400m – Marileidy Paulino (DOM), Sada Williams (BAR), Aliyah Abrams (GUY), Candice McLeod (JAM), Lynna Irby-Jackson (USA)

1:45 pm – Women’s Long Jump – Quanesha Burks (USA)

1:52 pm – Men’s 110m Hurdles – Grant Holloway (USA), Hansle Parchment (JAM), Jamal Britt (USA), Freddie Crittenden (USA), Daniel Roberts (USA), Cordell Tinch (USA)

2:05 pm – Women’s 100m Hurdles – Jasmine Camacho-Quinn (PUR), Danielle Williams (JAM), Megan Tapper (JAM), Nia Ali (USA), Kendra Harrison (USA), Alaysha Johnson (USA), Tia Jones (USA)

2:09 pm – Men’s Shot Put – Ryan Crouser (USA), Joe Kovacs (USA), Payton Otterdahl (USA)

2:19 pm – Women’s 800m – Athing Mu (USA), Natoya Goule-Topping (JAM), Sage Hurta-Klecker (USA), Kaylin Whitney (USA)

2:36 pm – Men’s 200m – Erriyon Knighton (USA), Kenneth Bednarek (USA), Andre de Grasse (CAN), Alexander Ogando (DOM), Kyree King (USA), Aaron Brown (CAN)

2:49 pm – Women’s 200m – Shericka Jackson (JAM), Jenna Prandini (USA), Twanisha Terry (USA), Kayla White (USA), Anthonique Strachan (BAH)

2:52 pm – Awards Ceremonies