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TEÓFILO STEVENSONThree-time Olympic champion Teófilo Stevenson has died at the age of 60. The Cuban won the heavyweight title at the 1972, 1976 and 1980 Games, making him one of only three boxers to secure three Olympic gold medals, alongside compatriot Félix Savón and Hungarian László Papp. He also won three world titles between 1974 and 1986, and won two gold medals at the Pan American Games.The IOC Honorary Member Tan Sri Hamzah Abu Samah has died at the age of 88. An IOC member since 1978, Abu Samah was a member of the IOC's Juridical (1984-1985), Cultural (1984-1987) and Eligibility (1989-1998) commissions before becoming an IOC Honorary Member in 2004. Abu Samah was a long-serving President - and later Honorary Life President - of the Olympic Council of Malaysia. He also held numerous sports leadership posts, including a period as Malaysia's Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports.TAN SRI HAMZAH ABU SAMAHIOC HONORARY MEMBER Edoardo Mangiarotti has died at the age of 93. The Italian fencer won six gold, five silver and two bronze medals during a 24-year Olympic career between 1936 and 1960. A master in both the epée and foil events, he also won 13 world titles. In 2002 he was awarded the Olympic Order by the IOC. EDOARDO MANGIAROTTITHE MOST DECORATED FENCER IN HISTORY, WINNING 13 OLYMPIC MEDALS OVER 24 YEARSFormer ice hockey star Vladimir Krutov has died, aged 52. He was part of the Soviet team that won ice hockey gold at the 1984 and 1988 Winter Games, as well as silver in 1980. He was one of the first Soviet players to move to the NHL, signing for the Vancouver Canucks in 1989, and was inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame in 2010.VLADIMIR KRUTOVTWO-TIME OLYMPIC ICE HOCKEY CHAMPION?Wolf Lyberg (above, right), Swedish sports journalist and Olympic historian, has died at the age of 95. Lyberg held several positions at the Swedish Sports Confederation and at the National Olympic Committee of Sweden. He was awarded the Olympic Order in 1988 and the Pierre de Coubertin Medal in 2001.WOLF LYBERGJOURNALIST AND OLYMPIC HISTORIANOLYMPIC REVIEW 79OBITUARIES