Athletics at the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games – Men's 3 miles
|Men's 3 miles |
at the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games
|Venue||Perry Lakes Stadium|
|Date||26 November 1962|
|Competitors||18 from 9 nations|
The event was won by the defending and Olympic champion as well as the world and Games record holder, New Zealand's Murray Halberg in 13:34.2. Halberg finished ahead of Australian Ron Clarke and Canadian Bruce Kidd who won the 6 mile event earlier in the meet.
|World record||Murray Halberg (NZL)||13:10.0||Stockholm, Sweden||25 July 1961|
|Games record||Murray Halberg (NZL)||13:15.0||Cardiff, Wales||23 July 1958|||
|Murray Halberg||New Zealand||13:34.2|
|Bill Baillie||New Zealand||DNS|
- Our Athletics Correspondent (27 November 1962). "Halberg Dominates Games Athletics". The Times. London: Times Newspapers Ltd. p. 3.
- "Fifth Day". The Sydney Morning Herald. John Fairfax and Sons. 24 July 1958. p. 11.
- "Results of the men's 3 miles at the 1962 British Empire and Commonwealth Games". CGF. Archived from the original on 13 April 2014. Retrieved 13 April 2014.