Mondo Duplantis promises to be the star turn on the home soil of Stockholm in tomorrow's Wanda Diamond League meeting ©Getty Images

Three days after local hero Karsten Warholm wowed Oslo’s Bislett Stadium with a world 400 metres hurdles record, another favoured son, Mondo Duplantis, will be the centre of attention tomorrow as the Wanda Diamond League moves on to Stockholm.

While Warholm’s time of 46.70sec was the mark with the mostest in the Norwegian capital, Duplantis set a meeting record of 6.01m - his seventh 6.00m-plus win of the season - to beat double world champion Sam Kendricks of the United States and Renaud Lavillenie, the Frenchman whose world record he bettered last season.

All three will be involved again at the Bauhaus-Galan Games in front of a restricted but doubtless enthusiastic crowd of 3,000.

The competition will enriched by the addition of Chris Nilsen, the US athlete who beat the US-based Duplantis’ National Collegiate Athletic Association record and won at the World Continental Tour Gold meeting in Bydgoszcz on Wednesday with 5.92m, a centimetre below his best.

Also joining the party will be Poland’s 2017 world silver medallist Piotr Lisek.

After clearing 6.01m at his first attempt in Oslo, Duplantis had three attempts at 6.19m, which would have added one centimetre to his own world record set indoors in Glasgow in February 2020.

"I really think I can get that record soon," he said afterwards.

"It will come this season."

Field event action of a horizontal rather than vertical nature will see Cuba’s world indoor long jump champion Juan Miguel Echevarria in action against Jamaica’s world outdoor champion Tajay Gayle, whose national record of 8.69m is one centimetre further than Echevarria’s wind-legal best.

Gayle has jumped 8.27m this season, while Echevarria’s best so far this year is 8.38m.

Sweden’s European indoor silver medallist Thobias Montler is also in the field.

Echevarria has already provided Stockholm’s 1912 Olympic stadium with a personal legacy - his extraordinary, marginally wind-assisted 8.83m leap in 2018 forced organisers to extend the long jump pit.

In the women’s shot put New Zealand’s Valerie Adams, twice Olympic and four times world champion, returns to Diamond League competition for the first time since 2018.

In February, the 36-year-old threw 19.65m for her longest throw for five years and what she described at the time as a "post-two-babies PB" following the birth of her daughter in 2017 and son in 2019, and she is heading for her fifth Olympics.

Fresh from their matching 65.72m final-round throws in Oslo, Sweden’s world champion Daniel Stahl and Slovenia’s European under-23 champion Kristjan Ceh will again go head-to-head in the discus, with Simon Pettersson also throwing on home soil.

The women’s high jump features Ukraine’s Yaroslava Mahuchikh and Australia’s Oceania record-holder Nicola McDermott, who have both cleared 2.00m this season.

Track events will offer potential compensation to two athletes who failed to earn selection for Tokyo 2020 after competing at their national trials.

Kenya’s world 1500m champion Timothy Cheruyiot, who was not given the third discretionary place in the team after finishing fourth, will be seeking a third consecutive win on this track.

Kate Grace will be seeking another boost after her US Olympic Trials 800 metres disappointment following her victory in Oslo in a personal best of 1min 57.60sec.

While Warholm will not be in the Stockholm 400m hurdles, Alison dos Santos, the 21-year-old Brazilian who chased him home - relatively speaking - and was rewarded with a South American record of 47.38, will be.

His opposition will include the Commonwealth champion from the British Virgin Islands, Kyron McMaster.