Long-time hockey writer,
Chris Moore, passes away
It is with great sadness and regret that we report the recent, untimely death of well-known English hockey writer, Chris Moore. Chris died very suddenly of a heart attack on the evening of 30th September. He was 59 years old. ?? Chris served as editor of World Hockey Magazine, the official magazine of the International Hockey Federation, since July of 1991. He had been chief hockey writer for the Daily Telegraph since 1981 and for the Sunday Telegraph since 1977. He was Associate Editor of Hockey Digest, a popular UK hockey magazine, since 1985 and also served as a hockey correspondent for BBC World Service.

Chris Moore was a fixture at major international hockey events and recently covered the Atlanta Olympic Games. He was also an active member of The Hockey Writers Club in England, and was returning from a club meeting when he suffered the heart attack.

Chris, who lived outside of London, is survived by his wife Anita and daughter, Alexandra. The FIH extends to them its deepest sympathies for their loss, which is a loss for the entire hockey family.