Lecky Haller was a whitewater canoeist who competed in C-2 slalom at the 1992 and 2000 Olympics. He competed from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. In 1988 Haller and his partner, [Jamie McEwan], won the inaugural overall World Cup in C-2 slalom, and won nine medals at the World Cup during his career. Haller won four medals at the World Championships, with a C-2 gold in 1983, silvers in C-2 and C-2 team in 1987, and a bronze in C-2 team in 1985. During his career he won 15 US titles.
Haller attended Washington College, where he played lacrosse. He was an honorable mention All-American in 1979 and made first-team All-American in 1980. Haller later became a middle school teacher in Asheville, North Carolina.
|1992 Summer||34||Barcelona||Canoeing||Men's Canadian Doubles, Slalom||United States-2||USA||4|
|2000 Summer||43||Sydney||Canoeing||Men's Canadian Doubles, Slalom||United States||USA||12|
|1992 Summer||34||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States-2||USA||Jamie McEwan||Final Standings||1992-08-02|
|1992 Summer||34||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States-2||USA||Jamie McEwan||Final Standings||Run One||1992-08-02|
|1992 Summer||34||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States-2||USA||Jamie McEwan||Final Standings||Run Two||1992-08-02|
|2000 Summer||43||Sydney||Canoeing||United States||USA||Matt Taylor||Qualifying||2000-09-19|
|2000 Summer||43||Sydney||Canoeing||United States||USA||Matt Taylor||Qualifying||Run One||2000-09-19|
|2000 Summer||43||Sydney||Canoeing||United States||USA||Matt Taylor||Qualifying||Run Two||2000-09-19|