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Daniel Lee

Lee too strong for Beach Games rivals

Daniel Lee Chi-wo rounded off a successful campaign for Hong Kong when the triathlete won the men's event in the final day of the Asian Beach Games in Bali, Indonesia, yesterday.

Monday, 27 October, 2008, 12:00am

Lee too strong for Beach Games rivals

Daniel Lee Chi-wo rounded off a successful campaign for Hong Kong when the triathlete won the men's event in the final day of the Asian Beach Games in Bali, Indonesia, yesterday. The 2006 Asian Games runner-up finished in one hour, 52 minutes and 49 seconds, 25 seconds ahead of Junichi Yamamoto of Japan. Lee's teammate, Andrew Wright, was third in 1:54:19.

27 Oct 2008 - 12:00am

Lee picks up valuable points for Olympics

Hong Kong ace Daniel Lee Chi-wo kept his second Olympic quest well on track with a third-place finish in the Shichigahmai Japan Cup yesterday.

Lee, 29, and fellow Hong Kong competitor Andrew Wright travelled to Japan for the Olympic-distance event, which is part of the ITU Triathlon Asian Cup series.

3 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Lee has roller-coaster ride in Switzerland

Hong Kong's Daniel Lee Chi-wo suffered mixed fortunes at the world championships in Lausanne, Switzerland, last week.

Lee, 29, placed a creditable second in the Aquathon Championship in the middle of the week, missing the gold medal by just four seconds.

4 Sep 2006 - 12:00am

Lee starts his season brightly

Hong Kong: Daniel Lee Chi-wo started the 1999 season with an easy win in the first leg of the Duathlon Challenge at Plover Cove Country Park yesterday.

The SAR's top triathlete beat Daniel Brown and Gordon Bryn to the line in the event, which consisted of a four-kilometre run and a 30-kilometre bike race.

8 Feb 1999 - 12:00am

Lee ahead

Taiwan: Daniel Lee moved to the top of the standings in the Asian Triathlon Series when he finished second at the Taiwan International Triathlon race at Li Yuan yesterday.

Lee finished the 1.5-kilometre swim, 40-km bike and 10-km run course in one hour, 59 minutes and 58 seconds, about 4.5 minutes behind winner Jason Metters of Australia.

8 Jun 1998 - 12:00am

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