The world's oldest Olympic medallist,
Pakistani field hockey player Feroze Khan, has died at the age of 100.
Khan, a gifted inside right and centre forward, won gold with pre-independence India at the 1928 Olympics in Holland.
Born in Jalandhar, India, he started playing hockey using a tree branch.
He left the game after having a "fall out" with Indian selectors and moved to Pakistan in the 1950s, where he worked as a coach and national selector.
Khan celebrated his 100th birthday on 9 September last year and was recognised as the oldest-known living Olympic medal winner by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
He took the title after James Rockefeller, a US rowing gold medallist at Paris in 1924, died in early 2004.