Australia at the 2002 Commonwealth Games

Australia at the 2002 Commonwealth Games was represented by a team selected by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) and abbreviated AUS.

Australia at the
2002 Commonwealth Games
CGF codeAUS
CGAAustralian Commonwealth Games Association
Websitecommonwealthgames.org.au
in Manchester, England
Competitors355
Flag bearerOpening: Damian Brown
Closing:Ian Thorpe [1]
Medals
Ranked 1st
Gold
82
Silver
62
Bronze
63
Total
207
Officials151
Commonwealth Games appearances (overview)
British Empire Games
British Empire and Commonwealth Games
British Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Games

Australia officially became a member of the Commonwealth of Nations in 1931 under the Statute of Westminster having become independent of the UK in 1901.

Australia is one of only six countries to have competed in all of the Commonwealth Games held since 1930, although they did attend the 1911 Inter-Empire Championships as part of an Australasian team. This impressive international record extends to its participation in every Olympic Games in the modern era.

At the first Games in 1930 Australia won only 8 medals against England's 61. However, by the first Games of the 21st century held in the city of Manchester, Australia's medal tally had moved to 207, ahead of any other country including England's 165.

Medals

Results by event

Athletics

Women's 100 Metres

Women's 100 Metres Hurdles

  • Jacquie Munro 7th in Final, 13.31 s
  • Fiona Cullen 6th in Heat 1, 13.45 s

Women's 200 Metres

Men's 400 Metres

Women's 400 Metres Hurdles

  • Jana Pittman Gold, 54.40 s
  • Sonia Brito 5th in Final, 57.79 s

Men's 800 Metres

Women's 800 Metres

Men's 1500 Metres

Women's 1500 Metres

Men's 5 000 Metres

Women's 5 000 Metres

Men's 10 000 Metres

  • Sisay Bezabeh 9th, 28 min 37.12 s
  • Dean Cavuoto 16th, 29 min 18.38 s
  • Brett Cartwright 18th, 29 min 21.29 s

Women's 10 000 Metres

Men's Marathon

Women's Marathon

Men's 4 x 100 Metres Relay

Women's 4 x 100 Metres Relay

Men's 4 x 400 Metres Relay

Women's 4 x 400 Metres Relay

Men's 20 Kilometre Walk

Women's 20 Kilometre Walk

Men's 50 Kilometre Walk

Men's Shot Put

Men's Javelin

Women's Javelin

Men's Hammer Throw

Women's Hammer Throw

Men's Long Jump

  • Tim Parravicini 9th, 7.60 metres

Men's High Jump

Men's Triple Jump

Men's Pole Vault

Women's Pole Vault

Women's Heptathlon

Men's Decathlon

Women's 800 Metres Wheelchair

  • Louise Sauvage Silver, 1 min 53.30 s
  • Eliza Jane Stankovic Bronze, 1 min 54.20 s

Men's 100 Metres EAD

  • Paul Harpur 3rd in Semi Final 1, 12.57 s

Boxing

Men's Bantamweight Division (54 kg)

Men's Welterweight Division (67 kg)

Men's Middleweight Division (75 kg)

Men's Light Heavyweight Division (81 kg)

  • Ben McEachran Equal Bronze

Cycling

Men's 20 km Scratch Race

Women's 25 km Points Race

Women's 3 000 Metres Individual Pursuit

  • Katherine Bates Silver, 3 min 34.193 s
  • Alison Wright Bronze, 3 min 40.409 s

Men's 30K Points Race

Men's 4 000 Metres Individual Pursuit

Men's 4 000 Metres Team Pursuit

Women's 500 Metres Time Trial

Women's Cross Country (Mountain Bike)

Men's Road Race (187.2 km)

Men's Road Time Trial (46.8 km)

Men's Sprint

Aquatics

    Officials

    See also

    References

    1. "Annual Report 2017" (PDF). Commonwealth Games Australia. Retrieved 11 February 2018.
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