Biographies: MUHAMMAD ALI

The American athlete who “literally changed the world of sports forever.”   . . . Muhammad Ali battled, for 32 years, with Parkinson’s disease he suffered with. When the news of his death was flashed tributes poured in from around the world. It was a measure of Ali’s extraordinary appeal that presidents and prime ministers, princes and pop stars united with countless ordinary fans in stirring tributes to his life and expressions of grief at his death.  Click here for Nauman Khan’s biographical entry.