|1988 Seoul||Team Competition|
|1982 Argentina||Team Competition|
Hugo Néstor Conte (born April 14, 1963) is a volleyball coach and retired player from Argentina, who represented his native country in three Summer Olympics. He was born at Buenos Aires. He currently coaches Volley Cavriago in Italy.
After having finished in sixth place at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles Conte was a member of the men's national team that claimed the bronze medal four years later in Seoul, South Korea. Twelve years later he was on the squad ending up in fourth place at the 2000 Summer Olympics. He is considered to be one of the 8 greatest Volleyball players of all time, and the best argentinian player, next to Waldo Kantor.
Hugo's son, Facundo is also an international volleyball player.
|Ferro Carril Oeste||Argentina||1978-1979||1981-1982|
|Victor Village Ugento||Italy||1984-1985||1985-1986|
|Ferro Carril Oeste||Argentina||1986-1987||1986-1987|
|Acqua Pozzillo Catane||Italy||1987-1988||1989-1990|
|Alpitour Diesel Cuneo||Italy||1993-1994||1993-1994|
|Ferro Carril Oeste||Argentina||1998-1999||1999-2000|
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