Full name: Lee Pearce Orr
Height: 6-2.5 (190 cm)
Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
Born: April 12, 1917 in [unknown], Saskatchewan, Canada
Died: July 23, 2009 in Monroe, Washington, United States
Affiliations: Washington State Cougars, Pullman (USA)
Lee Orr was born in Canada but his family moved to Monroe, Washington when he was a small child. He starred in track, football, and tennis at Monroe Union High School and then attended Washington State Univ., where he played freshman football and sprinted on the track team, winning eight Pacific Coast Northern Division titles. At the 1938 British Empire Games Orr anchored the gold-medal winning 4×440 yards team (with [Johnny Loaring], [Bill Fritz], and the non-Olympian Bill Dale), and competed in the open 440 yards, losing out in the heats. After the Berlin Olympics, he returned to Germany as a member of the US Army during World War II. Orr settled in the Midwestern US where he worked for the Hormel Meat Company for 40 years before retiring and returning to Monroe.
Personal Bests\: 100 – 10.5 (1936); 200 – 21.2 (1939).
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Men's 100 metres||Canada||CAN||3 h10r1/4|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Men's 200 metres||Canada||CAN||5|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Men's 4 × 100 metres Relay||Canada||CAN||5|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Canada||Round One||Heat Ten||3||10.6|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Canada||Semi-Finals||Heat One||2||QU||21.3w|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Canada||Quarter-Finals||Heat One||1||QU||21.2||21,37|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Canada||Round One||Heat Three||2||QU||21.6|
|1936 Summer||19||Berlin||Athletics||Canada||CAN||Round One||Heat Three||2||QU||41.5|