The super Swedes Duplantis and Ståhl

in front of a home crowd at the Stadium are of course the gala's given top numbers!

"Mondo" finally looks like he can jump in nice weather and is hungry for a really good result in the World Cup genre rope.

Diskus-Daniel has found the form in the latest competitions and with almost all the most difficult competitors in place, there will probably be long throws at the Stadium.

The long jumpers Montler and Sagnia

are two possible World Cup medalists if they get a full hit in Eugene in a couple of weeks.

Good measure of value here when both get to meet the respective Olympic winners Miltiadis Tentoglou and Malaika Mihambo.

Men's spear

is a branch that has not been at the gala in a few years.

Now we get to experience again the mighty sight of spears sailing away up to or over 90 meters in a branch that has been hot this summer.

Olympic winner Chopra and world champion Peters are two tops.

Kim Amb must show rising form to get a possible World Cup ticket.

Ladies 800m

Lovisa Lindh sees in the same seat as Amb - a race that shows that the form is going in the right direction is required for World Cup nomination.

The field's big star is young British Olympic runner-up Keely Hodgkinson.

The 400 m hurdles

was last year's hot branch in the world of athletics and the world record on the women's side has been given a new push this year.

Even without some of the very best, the races at the Stadium can be really interesting with the Dutchwoman Femke Bol on the women's side and Brazil's dos Santos in the men's race, where also WC-ready Carl Bengtström makes an exciting start.