Diamond League highlights so far
With the London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace upon us, it felt like the perfect excuse for a little look-back at the delights of the inaugural Diamond League.
So, pausing only to cue drum roll and trumpet fanfare, let me present the 10 best moments of the series so far.
Now, this is a personal list. It's by no means exclusive. For starters there's a glaring absence of throws, not to mention an accidental bias towards the sprints.
See it in two ways - a chance to re-live some splendid ding-dongs, and an opportunity to suggest your own in place of mine.
Watch our favourite highlights
In no particular order:
American David Oliver's near record-breaking 110m hurdles display in Paris - his 12.89-second run was the third-fastest ever. One day the mark will be his.
Frenchman Teddy Tamgho going third on the all-time triple jump lists with that monstrous 17.98m effort in New York. Tyro.
Usain Bolt v Asafa Powell, Paris. If we never did get the Big Three - Bolt, Powell and Tyson Gay - together in one race, this showed us what we might have missed as Bolt beat his compatriot in 9.84 seconds.
Belgium's Jonathan Borlee meets the overhead camera at an unexpected moment in Rome. Expect it on Question of Sport shortly.
The men's 1500m in Monaco turns into a burnout classic, with young Kenyan Silas Kiplagat coming from nowhere to pip Amine Laalo.
Asafa Powell runs 9.82 seconds in Rome. He could go sub-10 in his sleep.
Croatia's Blanka Vlasic and American Chaunte Howard-Lowe celebrate with some special moves after both clear 2.03m in the high jump in Rome.
Veronica Campbell-Brown running 100m in 10.78 sec in Eugene. The old stager has still got it at the ripe old age of 28.
The super-fast 800m in Lausanne, lead by Kenya's David Rushida and with Brit Michael Rimmer setting a new PB of 1 min 44.49 sec.
Usain running 9.82 sec at the same meet after three weeks out with injury. We didn't see him at his best, but this was a lovely hint.
What are your favourite moments so far? And what are you looking out for at Crystal Palace?