Lee Kar-Lun


Determination is key to the success of a long-distance runner. Lee Kar-lun began his sporting career as a football player before turning to long-distance running in 1981.

Sunday, 26 September, 2004, 12:00am

Lee adds half-marathon title to growing collection

Newly crowned Hong Kong cross-country champion Lee Kar-lun yesterday added the Hong Kong half-marathon title to his long list of spoils after an impressive victory in the Mizuno Half-Marathon at Tai Mei Tuk.

12 Jan 1998 - 12:00am

Lee wins season's first race in style

Reigning Hong Kong cross-country champion Lee Kar-lun made an impressive start to the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association (HKAAA) Cross Country League season with a victory over 10 kilometres at Shek Kong Catchwater yesterday.

27 Oct 1997 - 12:00am

Kings on the road to their crowns

THE adidas King of The Road series gets under way tomorrow morning from the Bowen Road Park.

The first race of the testing road series comprises a flat and fast eight kilometres course for men and six kilometres for women on Bowen Road starting at 8 am.

25 Nov 1995 - 12:00am

Watson's into stride

WATSON'S Athletic Club's top distance duo Roberto De Vido and Lee Kar-lun proved too strong for the rest of the pack in yesterday's second race of this season's Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association Cross Country League held over a 10-kilometre course at Sek Kong in the New Territories, writes Mike Field.

31 Oct 1994 - 12:00am

Lee takes crown in emphatic fashion

SENIOR competitor Lee Kar-lun confirmed his total stranglehold on Hongkong's distance running scene with another fine win to clinch the HKAAA Cross Country League title yesterday.

Lee, 36, clocked 40 minutes 20 seconds for the 8.9-kilometre course at Au Tam Mei in the New Territories.

4 Jan 1993 - 12:00am