Marcos Hernández (swimmer)
||November 1, 1978
Marcos Antonio Hernández Rodríguez (born November 1, 1978 in Varadero, Matanzas) is a former international freestyle swimmer from Cuba, who participated in two consecutive Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 2000. He won the bronze medal in the Men's 50m Freestyle at the 1999 Pan American Games.
- 1959: Mexico (Mejía, Marmolejo, Ríos, Uribe)
- 1962: Mexico (Rabell, Marmolejo, Ríos, Escalante)
- 1966: Mexico (Echevarría, Hernández, Altamirano, Ruíz)
- 1970: Mexico (J. Santibáñez, M. Santibáñez, Cal, Muñoz)
- 1974: Mexico (Álvarez, Marmolejo, Necochea, Escanero)
- 1978: Puerto Rico (Berrocal, Gatinchi, Pérez, Cañales)
- 1982: Venezuela (Frigo, Sochasky, Vidal, Mestre)
- 1986: Venezuela (Frigo, Henão, Umaña, Mestre)
- 1990: Puerto Rico (Guzmán, Torres, Santaella, Busquets)
- 1993: Cuba (Falcón, González, Menéndez, Casas)
- 1998: Cuba (Falcón, Rodríguez, García, Hernández)
- 2002: Mexico (Rodela, González, Ilika, Siqueiros)
- 2006: Venezuela (Subirats, Pinto, Alesi, Rojas)
- 2010: Venezuela (Subirats, Andara, Alesi, Acuña)
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