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IAAF Grand Prix

The IAAF Grand Prix was an annual global circuit of fourteen one day athletics competitions as part of the IAAF World Athletics Tour organized by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Formed in 2005 it comprised the second level of athletics meetings during the World Athletics Tour.[1]

From 2010 onwards the IAAF Grand Prix is replaced by the IAAF Diamond League and IAAF World Challenge Meetings.

Grand Prix Meetings

Meeting City Country
Melbourne Track Classic Melbourne  Australia
Meeting Grand Prix IAAF de Dakar Dakar  Senegal
Osaka Grand Prix Osaka  Japan
Grande Premio Brasil Caixa de Atletismo Rio de Janeiro  Brazil
Fanny Blankers-Koen Games Hengelo  Netherlands
Reebok Grand Prix New York  United States
Prefontaine Classic Eugene, Oregon  United States
Golden Spike Ostrava Ostrava  Czech Republic
Athens Grand Prix Tsiklitiria Athens  Greece
Hanžeković Memorial Zagreb  Croatia
Meeting de Atletismo Madrid Madrid  Spain
Rieti IAAF Grand Prix Rieti  Italy
British Grand Prix Gateshead  United Kingdom
Shanghai Golden Grand Prix Shanghai  China


See also

External links

  • IAAF World Athletics Tour

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