|Eduard Alexandrowitsch von Falz-Fein|
|Birth:||14 September 1912|
Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
105 years, 191 days
Baron Eduard Oleg Alexandrowitsch von Falz-Fein (born 14 September 1912) is a Ukrainian-born (then Russian Empire) centenarian, businessman, journalist, public figure, and sportsman from Liechtenstein.
Eduard von Falz-Fein served as a "sports diplomat" who initiated the Olympic movement in Liechtenstein and vice president of Liechtenstein Olympic Committee in the mid-1930s. In 1951 and from 1953 to 1973, he was President of the Liechtenstein Cycling Association. He was born in Gavrilovka, Kherson Oblast. Falz-Fein funded much of the research on the identification of the Romanov family remains.
He turned 100 in September 2012 and is, at the age of 105 years, 191 days, the oldest living person in Liechtenstein. He has been the oldest living person in Liechtenstein since the death of Hedwig Beck-Sele on 16 March 2014, and became the oldest person ever in Liechtenstein on 8 September 2017.
- Baron Eduard von Falz-Fein feiert seinen 100. Geburtstag Liechtensteiner Volksblatt AG
- IOC President visits Liechtenstein IOC News, 17 Feb 2017
- Herzliche Gratulation zum 105. Geburtstag! Volksblatt.li