The Diamond League gala in Doha is the last of the year and Jacob Hård hopes for a Swedish record night.

This is how Hård thinks about the only two Swedes on site, Friday night.

Armand Duplantis, pole vault

Set a new outdoor record with 6.15 in his latest competition, in Rome.

- After the record last time, he has nothing more to prove and can jump relaxed.

I think Mondo is motivated and the very best challengers are in Doha.

- It is not impossible that there can be a new world record, if conditions are good.

It is only days since last and it will be warm and nice weather and there have been good pole vault competitions in Doha before.

Khaddi Sagnia, long jump

Set a new personal record with 6.92 in his latest competition, in Zagreb.

- Feels like it's a matter of time before Khaddi breaks the Swedish record and is only over seven meters.

She is in good shape and it is absolutely within reach.

She probably also wants to put a good end to the season.

- That it has come loose for Khaddi is natural.

For the first time in several years, she has been allowed to be injury-free.

SVT broadcasts from Doha starting at 6.30 pm, Friday night, on SVT2.

Jacob Hård is joined by expert commentators Kajsa Bergqvist and Alhaji Jeng.