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Fernando Romay

Fernando Romay
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Born September 23, 1959

Fernando Manuel Romay Pereiro (born September 23, 1959 in La Coruña) is a retired basketball player from Spain, who represented his native country in two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1980. At his second Olympic appearance he won the silver medal with the Spain national basketball team. He stands around 7 ft tall.

He is the ACB's all-time leader in blocks (671).[1]

Romay makes regular appearances on Spanish television on programmes such as Mira Quien Baila! (Spanish version of Dancing with the Stars).


  • (Spanish) Spanish Olympic Committee

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