Orienteering Canada Hall of Fame

Jack Lee (posthumous)

Inducted in 2017 | Order of Orienteering Canada


In 1966, Jack Lee founded the Hamilton Orienteering Association, which has grown into Canada’s largest orienteering club today (DontGetLost). Jack assisted in the development of the sport throughout North America through mapping, authoring orienteering books, race organization and organizing numerous clinics and workshops. He was a disciple of the sport for almost 50 years. In the mid 70’s he started the Hamilton Schools Adventure Run that has grown to annual participation of over 1000 students and forms the backbone of Adventure Running Kids today.

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