United Kingdom Track and Field All-Time Lists

COMMONWEALTH GAMES MEDALLISTS

A "Festival of the Empire" celebrating the coronation of King George V was held at Crystal Palace, London in 1911. The festival, contested by Great Britain & Ireland, Australasia, Canada and South Africa, comprised five athletics events (100 yards, 220 yards, 880 yards, 1 mile & 120 yards hurdles) plus heavyweight boxing, middleweight wrestling and 100 yards & 1 mile swimming races. The first British Empire Games was held in 1930 and retitled British Empire & Commonwealth Games in 1954, British Commonwealth Games in 1970 & Commonwealth Games in 1978. This compilation includes a complete list of medallists in all sports since 1930. Since 1990 silver and/or bronze medals may not have been awarded where a small number of competitors/teams started an event, however the first three placings are still listed for the record.


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Venues: 1930 Hamilton (CAN), 1934 London (ENG), 1938 Sydney (AUS), 1950 Auckland (NZL), 1954 Vancouver (CAN), 1958 Cardiff (WAL), 1962 Perth (AUS), 1966 Kingston (JAM), 1970 Edinburgh (SCO), 1974 Christchurch (NZL), 1978 Edmonton (CAN), 1982 Brisbane (AUS), 1986 Edinburgh (SCO), 1990 Auckland (NZL), 1994 Victoria (CAN), 1998 Kuala Lumpur (MAS), 2002 Manchester (ENG), 2006 Melbourne (AUS), 2010 New Delhi (IND)


Archery
Athletics (Men)
Athletics (Women)
Badminton
Basketball
Bowls
Boxing
Cricket
Cycling
Elite Athletes with a Disability
Fencing
Gymnastics
Hockey
Judo
Netball
Rowing
Rugby Union (Sevens)
Shooting
Squash
Swimming & Diving (Men, including Water Polo)
Swimming & Diving (Women)
Table Tennis
Tenpin Bowling
Triathlon
Weightlifting
Wrestling

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