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2003 IAAF GP Circuit


The IAAF's 2003 GP Circuit consists of 36 meets leading up to a 2-day GP Final (official known as World Athletics Final).

The meets are broken into four categories, each of which has a mandated level of prize money. The Golden League is the top end, followed by the Super Grand Prix, Grand Prix and Grand Prix II levels. The meet sites:

March
1————Melbourne (Grand Prix II)

April
26————Fort-de-France (Grand Prix II)

May
4————Bélem (Grand Prix)
10————Osaka (Grand Prix)
15————Doha (Super GP)
17————Portland (Grand Prix)
24————Eugene (Super GP)

June
1————Hengelo (Grand Prix)
3————Milan (Grand Prix II)
6————Turin (Grand Prix II)
7————Seville (Grand Prix)
Stanford (Grand Prix II)
8————Tula (Grand Prix II)
10————Bratislava (Grand Prix II)
12————Ostrava (Super GP)
15————Lille (Grand Prix)
24————Athens (Super GP)
27————Oslo (Golden League)
29————Prague (Grand Prix II)

July
1————Lausanne (Super GP)
4————Paris (Golden League)
7————Zagreb (Grand Prix)
8————Nice (Grand Prix II)
11————Rome (Golden League)
13————Gateshead (Super GP)
19————Madrid (Super GP)
31————Linz (Grand Prix)

August
2————Heusden-Zolder (Grand Prix II)
3————Thessaloníki (Grand Prix II)
5————Stockholm (Super GP)
8————London (Super GP)
10————Berlin (Golden League)
15————Zürich (Golden League)
18————Helsinki (Grand Prix)

September
5————Brussels (Golden League)
7————Rieti (Grand Prix)
13-14————Monaco (GP Final)

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