Tori Bowie had to be helped off the track after she came to a stop less than halfway through the 100m. Jamaican Kerron Stewart won in 11.22 seconds.
Bowie previously suffered a leg injury at the U.S. Championships in late June but came back to run a world-leading 10.80 seconds in Monaco on July 18. Bowie, primarily a long jumper until March, is also the second-fastest woman over 200m this year (22.18).
The women’s 100m was one of the marquee events of the meet, but Bowie’s injury came after Olympic 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was a non-starter and Olympic 200m champion Allyson Felix failed to qualify for the final.
The Diamond League resumes with the first of two finals meets in Zurich on Thursday.
In other events Sunday, Beijing Olympic champion Dawn Harper-Nelson won the 100m hurdles in 12.66. London Olympic champion Sally Pearson was third in 12.85, and World champion Brianna Rollins was fifth in 12.95.
Kenyan Asbel Kiprop won a star-studded men’s mile in 3:51.89, beating world leader Ayanleh Souleiman (3:52.07). Americans Leo Manzano and Matthew Centrowitz were eighth and ninth.
Britain’s most famous active track and field athlete, Mo Farah, separated from the pack in the men’s two mile and won in 8:07.85, a new European record in the non-Olympic event.
Olympic 800m champion David Rudisha won a 600m race in 1:13.71.
World champion Christine Ohuruogu won the 400m in 51.40. Neither Olympic champion Sanya Richards-Ross nor world leader Francena McCorory was in the field.
Kirani James won the men’s 400m in 44.59, lacking competition without rival LaShawn Merritt on hand.
Qatar’s Mutaz Barshim won the high jump with a 2.38m clearance over Ukraine’s Bohdan Bondarenko. Both men failed at three attempts at 2.41m. The world record is 2.45m.
Jamaicans Kemar Bailey-Cole and Nickel Ashmeade took the men’s 100m and 200m in 10.08 and 20.33, respectively. They didn’t have to face Usain Bolt or Justin Gatlin.
Olympic triple jump champion Christian Taylor won the long jump at 8.09m, beating British Olympic champion Greg Rutherford and U.S. champion Jeff Henderson.
New Zealand’s Valerie Adams won her 55th straight shot put competition.