It's been a month since the 2020 Olympic Games wrapped up, and a slew of athletes who captured the attention of billions across the world while competing in Tokyo will be back in action in Zurich on Wednesday and Thursday for the Diamond League final. 

After qualifying for the final event in the previous 11 meetings, 32 winners will emerge from the next two days of athletic activity. In Switzerland's biggest city, a Diamond Trophy, £21,700 in prize money, and a wild card entrance to next year's World Athletics Championships in Oregon all up for grabs. Keep an eye on the following three main discussion points.

Best Sprinters In The World Collide

Back to back Elaine Thompson-Herah, the Olympic 100m and 200m winner, returns to the track this week after setting a new personal best of 10.54 seconds in Eugene last month. However, the Jamaican isn't the only star-studded sprinter competing. In Zurich, Marie-Josee Ta Lou, who ran a 10.78 in the 100m earlier this year, is likely to be part of a competitive field.