Norway's Jakob Ingebrigtsen won his first Diamond Trophy in Zurich in 3:29.02, the fastest time run this year ©Getty Images

Super-fast performances from Jamaica’s five-time women’s world 100 metres champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Olympic men’s 1500m champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen were highlights of the concluding day’s action at the Wanda Diamond League final.

On a wet night at Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium, a packed crowd saw the 21-year-old Ingebrigtsen, who secured his first world title in July, over 5,000m, earned his first Diamond League title in 3min 29.02sec, the fastest recorded this year.

He held off the challenge of Kenya’s 2019 world champion Timothy Cheruiyot, second in 3:30.27, and Australia’s Commonwealth champion Oliver Hoare, third in 3:30.59.

Meanwhile normal service was resumed for Fraser-Pryce, beaten over 100m by fellow Jamaican and world 200m champion Shericka Jackson in last week’s Brussels Diamond League meeting, as she won in 10.65sec - equalling the meeting record, the time being only 0.05sec off the one with which she currently stands third on the all-time list.

It was a fifth Diamond Trophy win for the 35-year-old sprinter.

Jackson was in second place, in 10.81, and went on to earn victory in the women’s 200m in 21.80 later in this finale to a uniquely busy athletics year.

The winners of the Diamond League trophies celebrate following their triumphs in Zurich ©Getty Images
The winners of the Diamond League trophies celebrate following their triumphs in Zurich ©Getty Images

Normal service was also resumed in the men’s pole vault, where world and Olympic champion Mondo Duplantis of Sweden, whose long unbeaten run was ended in Brussels last week, as he earned victory with a first-time clearance of 5.91m before going on to clear 6.07m.

Norway’s Sondre Guttormsen was second behind the 22-year-old Swede, equalling the national record with 5.86m.

The Dominican Republic’s growing power in the women’s 400m event was underlined as its runners took the top two places, with world and Olympic silver medallist Marileidy Paulino, who won in a national record of 48.99sec from compatriot Fiordaliza Cofil, who clocked 49.93.

Noah Lyles, the double world 200m champion from the United States, rounded off the evening in dynamic fashion with victory in 19.52sec.

Kenya’s double Olympic and world 1500m champion Faith Kipyegon earned her third title as she won in 4:00.44.

Ciara Mageean, Commonwealth and European silver medallist and winner of the Brussels Diamond League meeting in an Irish record of 3:56.63, won the race for second in 4:01.68 with Britain’s Commonwealth and European champion Laura Muir fifth.

Grenada’s London 2012 400m champion Kirani James also completed a Diamond League hat-trick as he earned victory in 44.26.

The women’s 800m title went to Kenya’s Commonwealth champion Mary Moraa, in 1:57.63 from Natoya Goule of Jamaica, who clocked 1:57.85, with Britain’s world and Commonwealth silver medallist and European champion Keely Hodgkinson only managing fifth place in 1:59.06.

The men’s 800m saw Kenya’s world and Olympic champion Emmanuel Korir re-assert himself after recent defeats with victory in 1:43.26, the fastest run this year, ahead of Canada’s Marco Arop, second in a season’s best of 1:43.48, and Britain’s world 1500m champion and European 800m silver medallist Jake Wightman, third in 1:44.10.

Nigeria’s world champion and world record holder Tobi Amusan retained her women’s 100m hurdles title in a meeting record of 12.29, beating the mark of 12.22 set by Gail Devers of the United States in 2000.

Meanwhile in the women’s 400m hurdles, world silver medallist and European champion Femke Bol of The Netherlands ended her season on a high as she won in 53.03, her sixth sub-53 400m hurdles time of the season.

The men’s 400m title went to Brazil’s world champion Alison dos Santos in 46.98.

In the men’s triple jump a personal best of 17.70 from Cuba’s Andy Diaz Hernandez proved sufficient to beat a field in which former Cuban Pedro Pichardo, who has recently won world and Olympic gold for Portugal, was second on 17.63.

The women’s triple jump went, as expected, to Venezuela’s world and Olympic champion Yulimar Rojas, who raised her world record to 15.74m at this year’s World Indoor Championships in Belgrade, as she produced a best of 15.28.

That left her comfortably clear of Ukraine’s European champion Maryna Bekh Romanchuk, second with 14.96.

Yaroslava Mahuchikh of Ukraine, another big favourite, also delivered in the women’s high jump, winning with 2.03m, just two centimetres less than she cleared last week in Brussels.

India’s Olympic men’s javelin champion Neeraj Chopra won with a best of 88.44m from Olympic silver medallist Jakub Vadlejch of the Czech Republic, who threw 86.94m.

The women’s javelin title went to Kara Winger of the United States, with Australia’s double world champion Kelsey-Lee Barber second on 63.72m.

Kristjan Ceh, Slovenia’s 23-year-old world men’s discus champion, collected another accolade as he won with a last-round best of 67.10m, from Austria’s Lukas Weisshaidinger, who managed 65.70.

Valarie Allman of the United States, the Olympic women’s discus champion, had the final word over her predecessor, Sandra Perkovic thanks to a third-round effort of 67.77m - but the ever competitive Croatian almost reached her with a fifth-round throw of 67.31m.

Greece’s Olympic men’s long jump champion Miltiadis Tentoglou, won big again with 8.42m from Marquis Dendy of the United States, whose best was 8.18m.

Soufiane El Bakkali of Morocco, the world and Olympic men’s 3,000m steeplechase champion, secured the Diamond Trophy in a winning time of 8:07.67.

World 100m bronze medallist Trayvon Bromell of the United States earned his first Diamond League title in 9.94.

Meanwhile in the men’s 110m hurdles, double world champion Grant Holloway of the United States secured his first Diamond Trophy in 13.02.

Ethiopia’s Werkuha Getachew won the women’s 3,000m steeplechase title in 9:03.57.

A first-round effort of 6.97m was enough to earn Serbia’s Rio 2016 bronze medallist and European champion Ivana Vuleta - nee Spanovic - a Diamond Trophy as she won the women's long jump.