Norway's Olympic 1500m champion Jacob Ingebrigtsen won his first Dream Mile at Oslo's Bislett Games tonight in a Diamond League record of 3min 46.46sec ©Getty Images

 Jakob Ingebrigtsen, the Olympic 1500 metres champion, added another feather to his cap at the Bislett Games in Oslo tonight as he earned his first victory in the senior Dream Mile in a Norwegian and Diamond League record of 3min 46.46sec.

Ingebrigtsen, one of six Olympic champions taking part in the latest Wanda Diamond League meeting, won over the same distance at the Bislett Stadium in 2017 after organisers had set up an under-20 Dream Mile to showcase his prodigious talents.

But now the 21-year-old is the finished item, and his time tonight moved him up to sixth on the world all-time list from the ninth position he had earned by clocking 3:47.24 at last year’s Bowerman Mile in the Prefontaine Classic at Eugene.

It was not a meeting record, however - that still stands to Britain’s Steve Cram in 1985 when he ran what was then a world record, and remains a European record, of 3:46.32.

Ingebrigtsen was followed home by an inspired Australian, Oliver Hoare, in an area record of 3:47.48, with Britain’s Jake Wightman finishing third in a personal best of 3:50.30, ahead of compatriot Neil Gourley, who also produced a personal best, 3:52.91.

Femke Bol continues to get faster and faster over the 400m hurdles this season - with the Dutchwoman lowering her season’s best to 52.61sec, a meeting record with another hugely dominant display that might have been even faster had she not connected with the final hurdle.

Canada’s Olympic 200m champion Andre De Grasse tuned up for his first big test at his main event in Paris on Saturday (June 11) by winning the 100m in 10.05sec, one hundredth of a second clear of Britain’s Reece Prescod, with South Africa’s Commonwealth champion Akani Simbine third in 10.09.

Devon Allen of the United States, whose 12.84 clocking in the New York Grand Prix - the third fastest ever run - earned him a handsome victory ahead of world champion and compatriot Grant Holloway, maintained winning momentum over 110m hurdles, although this victory was earned in 13.22sec into a headwind of -1.2 metres per second, with Spain’s Asler Martinez second in 13.30.

Femke Bol of The Netherlands lowered her season's best in the 400m hurdles to 52.61sec with a runaway victory at tonight's Bislett Games in Oslo ©Getty Images
Femke Bol of The Netherlands lowered her season's best in the 400m hurdles to 52.61sec with a runaway victory at tonight's Bislett Games in Oslo ©Getty Images

Brazil’s Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist, 22-year-old Alison dos Santos, maintained his pre-eminence in the men’s 400m hurdles this season.

In a race that would have featured home Olympic champion and world record holder Karsten Warholm - had he not injured his hamstring in his season’s debut at the Rabat Diamond League meeting earlier this month - dos Santos won easily in 47.26, just 0.03 seconds off his 2022 world best.

Estonia’s Rasmus Magi, who ran 47.82 to move to third in this season’s world list at a meeting in Turku on Tuesday (June 14), was second in 48.51.

Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson, Tokyo 2020 silver medallist at 800m, defended her territory with victory in a season’s best of 1:57.71 from compatriot Laura Muir, the Olympic 1500m silver medallist, who was second in 1:58.09, with France’s Renelle Lamote third in 1:58.50 and Uganda’s world champion Halimah Nakaayi fourth in 1:58.68.

Multiple world record-holder Letesenbet Gidey, seeking her first victory of the year following runner-up finishes in Eugene and Hengelo, had to settle for third place in the women’s 5,000m in a close finish with her fellow Ethiopians Dawit Seyaum, who won in a personal best of 14:25.84 and Gudaf Tsegay, who clocked 14:26.69.

Gidey, who set the world record of 14:06.62 at Valencia in October 2020, finished in 14:26.92, with home runner Karoline Grovdal chasing the Ethiopians home in a national record of 14:31.07.

Chase Ealey of the United States won a hugely competitive women’s shot with her final effort, a personal best of 20.13m, the second best effort of 2022 so far.

That took her ahead of Jessica Schilder, who had taken a first round lead with a Dutch record of 19.48m.

Portugal’s Auriol Dongmo, who missed an Olympic medal by one place in Tokyo last year, produced a last effort that was just three centimetres short of Schilder’s best.

Meanwhile in the women’s discus Croatia’s London 2012 and Rio 2016 champion Sandra Perkovic, ever competitive, found the way to beat the current Olympic champion Valarie Allman, ending the American’s unbeaten run this season with an effort of 66.82 metres.

Allman, who has increased her personal best to 71.41m this season, was second on 65.67m.

It was business as usual for Sweden’s Olympic champion and world record holder Mondo Duplantis in the men’s pole vault, which he won by clearing 5.92 metres on his third and final attempt before deciding not to push on in search of 6.00m-plus efforts on this occasion.

Home athletes Sondre Guttormsen and Pau Hauge Lillefosse took second and third place respectively after clearing 5.80m, with former world record holder Renaud Lavillenie of France in fifth, one place ahead of the Brazilian who beat him to the Rio 2016 title, Thiago Braz, after both cleared 5.60m.

Double world champion Sam Kendricks of the United States, who was due to make his top class debut for the season, did not start the competition.

Ethiopia’s Telahun Bekele won the men’s 5,000 metres in 13:03.51 from compatriot and double world indoor 1500m champion Samuel Tefera, making his second appearance at this distance, who clocked a personal best of 13:04.35.

Fellow Ethiopian Getnet Wale was third in 13:04.48.

Grenada’s London 2012 champion and Tokyo 2020 bronze medallist Kirani James won the men’s 400m in 44.78 from Botswana’s Isaac Makwala, who clocked 45.45.

Miltiadis Tentoglou, Greece’s Olympic and world indoor champion in the men’s long jump, flew the flag for event specialists once again as he won with a best of 8.10 metres.

Switzerland’s decathlete Simon Ehammer, who heads this year’s long jump listings with the 8.45m he achieved during the Gotzis multi-events weekend, was third with 7.95m, behind Sweden’s Thobias Montler, who had a best of 8.05m.