18:25: one hour run - men
Kenyans Kibiwott Kandie and Sabastian Sawe are attacking the world hour record run by Mo Farah at the Memorial in 2019 (as well as the 10 mile and 20 km records).
19:15: pole vault - men
It's time for the great Mondo Show. Will world champions Mondo Duplantis finally raise the bar to a world record height of 6m22? (around 21:30)
[19:25: one hour run - finish]
19:50: high jump - women
The entire world championship podium returns for a rematch, joined by heptathlon queen Nafi Thiam.
20:13: 3000m steeple - women
World record attempt by Werkuha Getachew on the record of Beatrice Kepcoech, who also takes part.
20:33: 200m - men
The next big thing is here! Aged just 18 Erriyon Knighton ran a 19:49in April, the fourth time in history. Is he the new Usain Bolt?
20:45: 100m - women
The greatest duel of the evening with the numbers 1 and 2 from the world championships: Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka
21:07: 100m hurdles - women
Another three-way fight with three stars: Kendra Harrison takes on silver and bronze from Eugene: Anderson and Camacho-Quinn.
[21:30: pole vault - finish]
21:52: 800m - men
Korir, Sedjati, Arop, Garcia and Wightman: the full podium from the world joined by gold and silver from the European championships