Roberto Hernández (sprinter)

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Roberto Hernández Prendes (6 March 1967 – 5 July 2021)[1] was a Cuban track and field sprinter who specialized in the 400 metres. He was born in Limonar, Matanzas. He won an Olympic Silver medal in 1992.

Hernández died of problems caused by heart disease in Havana on 5 July 2021, aged 54.[1]

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