Muhammad Ali lights the Olympic torch during the 1996 Games as swimmer Janet Evans looks on, July 19, 1996 in Atlanta. Ali died Friday, June 3, 2016 at age 74. The former three-time heavyweight boxing world champion spent much of his life as a global humanitarian.
Muhammad Ali lights the Olympic torch during the 1996 Games as swimmer Janet Evans looks on, July 19, 1996 in Atlanta. Ali died Friday, June 3, 2016 at age 74. The former three-time heavyweight boxing world champion spent much of his life as a global humanitarian. Michael Probst The Associated Press
Muhammad Ali lights the Olympic torch during the 1996 Games as swimmer Janet Evans looks on, July 19, 1996 in Atlanta. Ali died Friday, June 3, 2016 at age 74. The former three-time heavyweight boxing world champion spent much of his life as a global humanitarian. Michael Probst The Associated Press

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