A five-member South African contingent will compete at the sixth leg of the IAAF Diamond League series on Sunday, as the top-flight campaign makes its next stop in Stockholm, Sweden.
With two breakthrough sprinters, two world-class long jumpers and an in-form middle-distance runner on show, they will be eager to make an impact across the board.
Luvo Manyonga (long jump, 3.20pm)
Unbeaten on the outdoor circuit this year, Manyonga will look to showcase his dominant form once again.
Though he is unlikely to have it all his own way against a line-up which features Cuban prodigy Juan Miguel Echevarria and Olympic champion Jeff Henderson of the United States, he will turn out as the firm favourite for another victory.
Ruswahl Samaai (long jump, 3.20pm)
Though he has racked up his own impressive list of achievements in recent years, and he has always been humble in his recognition of Manyonga’s success, Samaai must be itching to prove he has the ability to outclass his countryman.
He’ll have another chance in the Swedish capital where he will hope to transform his consistency into a breakthrough leap in an attempt to bag a rare win at international level.
Carina Horn (100m, 4.20pm)
Having broken the 11-second barrier with a historic performance at the IAAF Diamond League season opener in Doha last month, Horn settled for sixth place in 11.22 at the Oslo leg of the campaign earlier this week.
Again facing a strong field spearheaded by in-form Ivorian athlete Murielle Ahoure, the SA record holder will look to find top gear in an attempt to stun her fancied opposition.
Rynardt van Rensburg (1 000m, 5.30pm)
In the form of his career, Van Rensburg clocked a personal best of 1:45.15 over the 800m distance at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Hengelo last week.
Turning out over the rarely run two-and-a-half lap distance at the Stockholm meeting, he will be hoping for another good run.
Luxolo Adams (200m, 5.40pm)
After shining on home soil this year, winning the national half-lap title and setting a personal best of 20.01, Adams will look to take another step forward in his blossoming career by making a statement in his IAAF Diamond League debut.
He faces a baptism of fire, lining up against a field led by Turkish world champion Ramil Guliyev, and he will need to be at his best to give his opponents a shake.