Former hockey Olympian and member of the winning team of the 1994 World Cup Naveed Alam has passed away, his daughter confirmed Tuesday.
Alam had been diagnosed with blood cancer earlier this month.
His daughter said he underwent chemotherapy at Shaukat Khanum Hospital, Lahore last night and his health deteriorated after it.
He was transferred to the intensive-care unit after his health deteriorated, his daughter said.
His family had revealed earlier this month that the former sportsman was feeling unwell for several days and went to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital where doctors learned of his illness.
The 1996 Summer Olympics participant coached the teams of Pakistan, China and Bangladesh.