Peter Clentzos, believed to have been the oldest living Greek Olympian, died in 2006 from complications of hip surgery at the age of 97. In 2004, the Greek Government honored Mr. Clentzos by awarding him the Key to the City of Athens just before the beginning of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. This video is a tribute to the oldest Greek Olympian, Peter Clentzos, who competed for Greece in the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games. This 4 minute tribute chronicles the man, his secrets to longevity, his community work, his honors and the accolades from people whose lives where touched by him.

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