|Born||13 April 1972|
Lee Jin-Taek (born 13 April 1972) is a retired South Korean high jumper.
His personal best jump is 2.34 metres, achieved in June 1997 in Seoul. This is the current South Korean record.
|1990||Asian Junior Championships||Beijing, China||1st||2.20 m|
|1991||Asian Championships||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||1st||2.22 m|
|1992||Olympic Games||Barcelona, Spain||19th (q)||2.20 m|
|1993||World Indoor Championships||Toronto, Canada||17th (q)||2.20 m|
|East Asian Games||Shanghai, China||2nd||2.26 m|
|Universiade||Buffalo, United States||5th||2.24 m|
|World Championships||Stuttgart, Germany||20th (q)||2.20 m|
|Asian Championships||Manila, Philippines||1st||2.24 m|
|1994||Asian Games||Hiroshima, Japan||2nd||2.24 m|
|1995||Asian Championships||Djakarta, Indonesia||1st||2.26 m|
|World Championships||Gothenburg, Sweden||20th (q)||2.24 m|
|Universiade||Fukuoka, Japan||4th||2.27 m|
|1996||Olympic Games||Atlanta, United States||8th||2.29 m|
|1997||East Asian Games||Busan, South Korea||1st||2.28 m|
|World Indoor Championships||Paris, France||30th (q)||2.10 m|
|World Championships||Athens, Greece||8th||2.29 m|
|Universiade||Catania, Italy||1st||2.32 m|
|1998||Asian Championships||Fukuoka, Japan||2nd||2.27 m|
|Asian Games||Bangkok, Thailand||1st||2.27 m|
|1999||Universiade||Palma de Mallorca, Spain||3rd||2.28 m|
|World Championships||Seville, Spain||6th||2.29 m|
|2000||Olympic Games||Sydney, Australia||21st (q)||2.20 m|
|2001||East Asian Games||Osaka, Japan||1st||2.23 m|
|2002||Asian Games||Busan, South Korea||1st||2.23 m|
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