Athletics at the 2018 Commonwealth Games – Men's 1500 metres

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Men's 1500 metres
at the 2018 Commonwealth Games
Venue Carrara Stadium
Dates13 April (heats)
14 April (final)
Competitors18 from 11 nations
Winning time3:34.78
Medalists
Gold medal icon.svg   Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya
Silver medal icon.svg   Flag of Kenya.svg  Kenya
Bronze medal icon.svg   Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
  2014
2022  

The men's 1500 metres at the 2018 Commonwealth Games , as part of the athletics programme, took place in the Carrara Stadium on 13 and 14 April 2018. [1]

Contents

Records

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Games records were as follows: [2]

World record Flag of Morocco.svg  Hicham El Guerrouj  (MAR)3:26.00 Rome, Italy 14 July 1998
Games record Flag of Tanzania.svg  Filbert Bayi  (TAN)3:32.16 Christchurch, New Zealand 2 February 1974

Schedule

The schedule was as follows: [1]

DateTimeRound
Friday 13 April 201811:35First round
Saturday 14 April 201816:10Final

All times are Australian Eastern Standard Time (UTC+10)

Results

First round

The first round consisted of two heats. The four fastest competitors per heat (plus four fastest losers) advanced to the final. [3]

Heat 1
RankOrderNameResultNotesQual.
15Flag of Kenya.svg  Timothy Cheruiyot  (KEN)3:42.95 Q
26Flag of Australia.svg  Ryan Gregson  (AUS)3:43.06 Q
39Flag of Kenya.svg  Kumari Taki  (KEN)3:43.93 Q
41Flag of Cyprus.svg  Amine Khadiri  (CYP)3:44.29 Q
53Flag of Scotland.svg  Chris O'Hare  (SCO)3:44.76 q
64Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Harvey Dixon  (GIB)3:47.03 q
72Flag of Australia.svg  Luke Mathews  (AUS)3:47.08 q
88Flag of Wales 2.svg  Tom Marshall  (WAL)3:50.95
97Flag of Mauritius.svg  Mohammad Dookun  (MRI)3:53.43
Heat 2
RankOrderNameResultNotesQual.
19Flag of Kenya.svg  Elijah Manangoi  (KEN)3:46.82 Q
28Flag of India.svg  Jinson Johnson  (IND)3:47.04 Q
35Flag of Scotland.svg  Jake Wightman  (SCO)3:47.16 Q
47Flag of England.svg  Charlie Grice  (ENG)3:47.19 Q
54Flag of Australia.svg  Jordan Williamsz  (AUS)3:47.75 q
66Flag of Uganda.svg  Ronald Musagala  (UGA)3:48.62
71Flag of Cyprus.svg  Christos Dimitriou  (CYP)3:49.84 SB
83Flag of Wales 2.svg  Rowan Axe  (WAL)3:49.89
92Flag of Jersey.svg  Elliott Dorey  (JEY)3:52.75

Final

The medals were determined in the final. [2]

RankOrderNameResultNotes
Gold medal icon.svg11Flag of Kenya.svg  Elijah Manangoi  (KEN)3:34.78
Silver medal icon.svg5Flag of Kenya.svg  Timothy Cheruiyot  (KEN)3:35.17
Bronze medal icon.svg8Flag of Scotland.svg  Jake Wightman  (SCO)3:35.97
47Flag of England.svg  Charlie Grice  (ENG)3:37.43
510Flag of India.svg  Jinson Johnson  (IND)3:37.86 NR
66Flag of Australia.svg  Jordan Williamsz  (AUS)3:38.34
71Flag of Kenya.svg  Kumari Taki  (KEN)3:38.74
83Flag of Scotland.svg  Chris O'Hare  (SCO)3:39.04
912Flag of Australia.svg  Ryan Gregson  (AUS)3:39.24
102Flag of Cyprus.svg  Amine Khadiri  (CYP)3:40.76 SB
114Flag of Gibraltar.svg  Harvey Dixon  (GIB)3:43.84 NR
129Flag of Australia.svg  Luke Mathews  (AUS)3:47.04

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References

  1. 1 2 "Athletics at the 2018 Commonwealth Games: Event Schedule - Men's 1500m". Gold Coast 2018. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  2. 1 2 Athletics | Men's 1500m - Final (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. p. 37. Retrieved 21 April 2018.
  3. Athletics | Men's 1500m - Round 1 (PDF). Gold Coast 2018. p. 41. Retrieved 21 April 2018.