Patrick Baumann, Olympic leader key to 2028 Los Angeles Games, dies of heart attack
3 monthes ago - By LA Times
An International Olympic Committee executive who played a central role in Los Angeles' preparation for the 2028 Summer Games has died of a heart attack. Patrick Baumann, 51, of Switzerland, succumbed while attending the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. “This is a great shock which has hit us...
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