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Athletics at the 2002 Commonwealth Games | ||
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Track events | ||

100 m | men | women |

200 m | men | women |

400 m | men | women |

800 m | men | women |

1500 m | men | women |

5000 m | men | women |

10,000 m | men | women |

100 m hurdles | women | |

110 m hurdles | men | |

400 m hurdles | men | women |

3000 m steeplechase | men | |

4×100 m relay | men | women |

4×400 m relay | men | women |

Road events | ||

Marathon | men | women |

20 km walk | men | women |

50 km walk | men | |

Field events | ||

High jump | men | women |

Pole vault | men | women |

Long jump | men | women |

Triple jump | men | women |

Shot put | men | women |

Discus throw | men | women |

Hammer throw | men | women |

Javelin throw | men | women |

Combined events | ||

Heptathlon | women | |

Decathlon | men | |

Para-athletics | ||

100 m blind | men | |

800 m wheelchair | women | |

The **men's 1500 metres ** event at the 2002 Commonwealth Games was held on 30–31 July.

Gold | Silver | Bronze |

Michael East England | William Chirchir Kenya | Youcef Abdi Australia |

Qualification: First 4 of each heat (Q) and the next 4 fastest (q) qualified for the final.

Rank | Heat | Name | Nationality | Time | Notes |
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1 | 2 | Anthony Whiteman | England | 3:43.25 | Q, SB |

2 | 2 | Julius Achon | Uganda | 3:43.32 | Q |

3 | 2 | David Kiplak | Kenya | 3:43.56 | Q |

4 | 2 | Graham Hood | Canada | 3:44.88 | Q |

5 | 2 | Thomas Mayo | England | 3:45.56 | q |

6 | 2 | Colm McLean | Northern Ireland | 3:45.72 | q |

7 | 2 | Francis Munthali | Malawi | 3:45.81 | q, NR |

8 | 1 | William Chirchir | Kenya | 3:46.75 | Q |

9 | 1 | Youcef Abdi | Australia | 3:46.79 | Q |

10 | 1 | Michael East | England | 3:46.90 | Q |

11 | 1 | Kevin Sullivan | Canada | 3:47.21 | Q |

12 | 1 | Jonathan McCallum | Scotland | 3:47.37 | q |

13 | 2 | Lee Merrien | Guernsey | 3:47.68 | |

14 | 1 | Matthew Shone | Wales | 3:47.83 | |

15 | 1 | Nickie Peters | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | 3:53.09 | PB |

16 | 1 | Michael Tomlin | Jamaica | 3:54.50 | |

17 | 1 | Jimmy Sandy Sam | Vanuatu | 4:13.15 | |

18 | 2 | Henry Foufaka | Solomon Islands | 4:18.39 |

Rank | Name | Nationality | Time | Notes |
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Michael East | England | 3:37.35 | PB | |

William Chirchir | Kenya | 3:37.70 | ||

Youcef Abdi | Australia | 3:37.77 | ||

4 | Anthony Whiteman | England | 3:38.04 | SB |

5 | Graham Hood | Canada | 3:38.08 | SB |

6 | Julius Achon | Uganda | 3:38.33 | SB |

7 | Kevin Sullivan | Canada | 3:40.95 | SB |

8 | Thomas Mayo | England | 3:41.70 | |

9 | David Kiplak | Kenya | 3:42.87 | |

10 | Francis Munthali | Malawi | 3:43.50 | NR |

11 | Jonathan McCallum | Scotland | 3:48.02 | |

12 | Colm McLean | Northern Ireland | 3:51.90 |

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