: فیروز خان
) (September 9, 1904 – April 21, 2005) was, at the time of his death, the world's oldest Olympic
gold medal winner, following the death of U.S. athlete James Rockefeller
in 2004. He was part of British India's
team at the 1928 Summer Olympics
, the Netherlands
, who won the gold medal for the event. After his death, Roger Beaufrand
became the oldest living Olympic gold medal winner.
Although the eldest of his seven siblings he lived to be older than all but his youngest brother. His son Farooq Feroze Khan
, followed a career in the Air Force and became the only PAF officer ever to serve as Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee
, Pakistan's senior military appointment.
In his later years, he moved to Pakistan
, and lived in Lahore
where he served as a well-respected coach. He died of natural causes at the age of 100.