| Athletics at the|
1990 Commonwealth Games
|100 m hurdles||women|
|110 m hurdles||men|
|400 m hurdles||men||women|
| 3000 m|
|4×100 m relay||men||women|
|4×400 m relay||men||women|
|10 km walk||women|
|30 km walk||men|
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|Simon Robert Naali||2:10:38|
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