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This a new program on the Wanda Diamond League. This Call room was focused on the Stockholm Diamond League meeting. The program featured Mondo Duplantis and Karsten Warholm, two of the sport's biggest stars.

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Mondo Duplantis is the world record holder in the pole vault (6.17m on 2/8/20 and 6.18m on 2/15/20). He set it two times in the 2020 Indoor season, and he is looking to jump even higher in 2020. Mondo is 2018 European Champion and 2019 Doha WC silver medalist.

Karsten Warholm is the 2017 and 2019 WC as well as 2018 European champion at the 400m hurdles.

Warholm has gone 46.92 in the 400m hurdles, the European record.

Both Mondo and Karsten are comfortable with the media, and their talent and style make them quite popular with athletic fans.

The WDL Call room happens on Sunday, 24 May. It will feature Mondo Duplantis and Karston Warholm, two of our most spirited athletes, and it should be fun. The WDL Call room is hosted by Tom Byrne, and his wide range of athletic geek dom, plus his sense of humor should keep it exciting. Tom has been a keen observer of athletics for most of his life.

Don't miss it! Info is below as well as links!

stockholm.jpgThe Karston and Mondo Show, emceed by Tom Byrne

stockholm.jpgThe always charming Karston Warholm, and studious Mondo Duplantis, photos by Wanda Diamond League

The Wanda Diamond League Call room will be shown on 24 May at 18:00 GMT (12 noon IN NY, 11 AM IN CHICAGO, 9 AM IN SFO). Tom Byrne, a fine journalist is hosting the show, and it should be a blast, with Mondo and Karsten. It should be entertaining! The link to the coverage is https://youtu.be/UBQO89zJ084.

hayward field.jpgHayward Field, photo by University of Oregon

scparis .jpgStade Charlety, Paris, France, photo by Pangeaguides.com

This is an update on Wanda Diamond League meetings....

warholm.jpgKarston Warholm, photo by London.diamondleague.com

Karston Warholm surprised all but himself and his coach when he won the 400m hurdles in London 2017. The former 400m specialist moved to the 400m hurdles and took to them well. His 2018 and 2019 seasons showed just how good he is. The fans in Norway will sure get a treat with his WR attempt at 300m hurdles on June 11, at the Impossible Games, where athletics and the current pandemic find a compromise.

karston warholm .jpgKarston Warholm, photo by Getty Images / European Athletics

The Oslo Games were off, and now, they are on! With a new title, the IMPOSSIBLE GAMES, the meet will feature top stars taking challenges, using social distancing and keeping the COVID-19 health standards as well.

Well done to meet manager, Steiner Hoen, who announced this earlier this morning.

This is the first day of the announcement, but we know that the late Maurie Plant, an Oslo event staff member since 1981, and huge supporter of the global sport, would be happy.

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