Athletics at the 2010 Commonwealth Games – Women's 1500 metres

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The Women's 1500 metres at the 2010 Commonwealth Games as part of the athletics programme was held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Thursday 7 October till Friday 8 October 2010.

2010 Commonwealth Games 19th edition of the Commonwealth Games

The 2010 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XIX Commonwealth Games and commonly known as Delhi 2010, was an international multi-sport event that was held in Delhi, India, from 3 to 14 October 2010. A total of 6081 athletes from 71 Commonwealth nations and dependencies competed in 21 sports and 272 events, making it the largest Commonwealth Games to date. It was also the largest international multi-sport event to be staged in Delhi and India, eclipsing the Asian Games in 1951 and 1982. The opening and closing ceremonies were held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the main stadium of the event.

Athletics at the 2010 Commonwealth Games

The athletics competition at the 2010 Commonwealth Games was held in New Delhi, India between 6 and 14 October. The track and field events took place between 6–12 October at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium while the marathon contests were held on a street course running through the city on 14 October.

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The top four runners in each of the initial two heats plus the next four fastest runners from across the heats also qualified for the final.

Records

World Record 3:50.46 Yunxia Qu CHN Beijing, China 11 September 1993
Games Record 4:05.27 Jackline Maranga KEN Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1998

Heats

First 4 in each heat (Q) and 4 best performers (q) advance to the Semifinals.

Heat 1

Rank Lane Name Result Notes
1 10 Flag of Kenya.svg  Viola Kibiwott  (KEN) 4:08.76 Q
2 5 Flag of England.svg  Helen Clitheroe  (ENG) 4:09.34 Q
3 9 Flag of New Zealand.svg  Nikki Hamblin  (NZL) 4:09.80 Q
4 6 Flag of Scotland.svg  Stephanie Twell  (SCO) 4:10.35 Q
5 2 Ulster banner.svg  Ciara Mageean  (NIR) 4:12.11 q
6 8 Flag of Uganda.svg  Janet Achola  (UGA) 4:12.12 q, NR
7 3 Flag of India.svg  Jhuma Khatun  (IND) 4:12.30 q, PB
8 4 Flag of Canada.svg  Hilary Stellingwerff  (CAN) 4:13.01 q
9 1 Flag of India.svg  Jaisha Orchatteri  (IND) 4:13.15
10 7 Flag of Jamaica.svg  Tanice Barnett  (JAM) 4:48.59

Heat 2

Rank Lane Name Result Notes
1 9 Flag of Kenya.svg  Nancy Langat  (KEN) 4:13.62 Q
2 5 Flag of Kenya.svg  Irene Jelagat  (KEN) 4:13.63 Q
3 4 Flag of Canada.svg  Nicole Edwards  (CAN) 4:13.90 Q
4 6 Flag of England.svg  Hannah England  (ENG) 4:13.91 Q
5 11 Flag of Australia.svg  Kaila McKnight  (AUS) 4:15.22
6 8 Ulster banner.svg  Kelly McNeice  (NIR) 4:18.07
7 3 Flag of India.svg  Sushma Sushma Devi  (IND) 4:22.05
8 2 Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Salome Dell  (PNG) 4:33.23 NR
9 1 Flag of Jamaica.svg  Twishanna Williams  (JAM) 4:36.60 PB
10 7 Flag of Rwanda.svg  Jean Mukakigeri  (RWA) 4:37.27
10 Flag of Uganda.svg  Annet Negesa  (UGA) DNS

Final

Rank Lane Name Result Notes
3 Flag of Kenya.svg  Nancy Langat  (KEN) 4:05.26 GR
8 Flag of New Zealand.svg  Nikki Hamblin  (NZL) 4:05.97
1 Flag of Scotland.svg  Stephanie Twell  (SCO) 4:06.15
4 4 Flag of England.svg  Hannah England  (ENG) 4:06.83
5 5 Flag of Canada.svg  Nicole Edwards  (CAN) 4:08.16
6 11 Flag of Kenya.svg  Irene Jelagat  (KEN) 4:08.20
7 6 Flag of Kenya.svg  Viola Kibiwott  (KEN) 4:08.79
8 12 Flag of England.svg  Helen Clitheroe  (ENG) 4:08.89
9 2 Flag of Uganda.svg  Janet Achola  (UGA) 4:09.51 NR
10 7 Ulster banner.svg  Ciara Mageean  (NIR) 4:10.85
11 10 Flag of Canada.svg  Hilary Stellingwerff  (CAN) 4:12.87
12 9 Flag of India.svg  Jhuma Khatun  (IND) 4:14.95

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