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Fernando Arcega

Fernando Arcega

Fernando Arcega Aperte (born 1960-09-03 in Ainzón, Zaragoza, Aragón) is a retired basketball player from Spain. He used to play as power forward.

Arcega earned 121 caps for the Spain national basketball team and played at three Olympic Games. He was silver medallist for Spain in 1984 at Olympic Games and in 1983 at Eurobasket, and bronze medalist in 1991 at Eurobasket. Arcega won two Spanish Cups (1984, 1989) playing for CB Zaragoza (as CAI Zaragoza).


  • Spanish Olympic Committee

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