• Wycliffe Kinyamal is leading the standings with 17 points ahead of former world Under-20 champion Emmanuel Wanyonyi who has 16 points.
• Lilian Kasait lead a Kenyan sweep in the 5,000m category with 12 points followed by Margaret Chelimo with nine points.
Commonwealth champion and Africa's fastest man Ferdinand Omanyala is leading the list of 100m racers with the most earned points after five Diamond League Meetings.
He tops with 20 points ahead of world champion USA's Fred Kerley who has 16 so far.
South Africa’s Akani Simbine seals the podium position with 12 points.
With eight meetings to go, top point earners will win the Diamond League Trophy and walk home with $30,000 (Sh4.2 million).
Omanyala opened his Diamond League campaign with a third-position finish after clocking 10.05 at the Rabat Meeting, Morocco behind Kerley and Simbine.
He then proceeded to the Meeting in Florence, Italy, where he finished second behind Kerley in a similar time to that in Rabat.
At the Meeting de Paris, France, the 27-year-old improved his previous results finishing second behind world 200m champion Noah Lyles. Lyles clocked 9.97 as Omanyala followed closely in 9.98.
Omanyala is still the fastest man this year with his time of 9.84s he managed at the Kip Keino classic in May.
Meanwhile, the Commonwealth 800m champion Wycliffe Kinyamal is leading the standings with 17 points ahead of former world Under-20 champion Emmanuel Wanyonyi who has 16 points.
Norway's Jakob Ingebrigtsen leads the standings of men's 1,500m with 16 points while Ethiopia's duo of Lamecha Girma and Yomif Kejelcha are top-point earners so far in the 3,000m sc and 5,000m respectively.
In the women's standings, Lilian Kasait lead a Kenyan sweep in the 5,000m category with 12 points followed by Margaret Chelimo with nine points.
The 5,000m world record holder Faith Kipyegon comes in third with eight points after her sensational race in Paris when she set a new record of 14:05.20.
In the 1,500m bracket, Jessica Hull leads the standings with 17 points level with Birke Haylom.
The world record holder in the category Kenya's Kipyegon comes in third after accruing 16 points. She set a new record of 3:49.11 at the Florence Diamond League, Italy breaking Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba 2015 record of 3:50.07.