Iván Moro

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Iván Moro
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Full name Iván Moro Fernández
Born December 25, 1974 (1974-12-25) (age 42)
Madrid, Spain

Iván Moro Fernández (born December 25, 1974 in Madrid) is a water polo player from Spain, who was a member of the national team that won the gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. He also competed for his native country in the Summer Games of 2000 and 2004.

He was the World Champion with Spain in 1998 in Perth, and in 2001 in Fukuoka.

He grew up in Alcorcón where he began playing water polo in the CN Ondarreta, with his elder brothers, Daniel Moro and Oscar Moro. He is the older brother of water polo player Daniel Moro, who competed together with him at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics for the national team.

Daniel and Iván moved to Barcelona and played for some teams and in the Spanish National Water Polo team. He won a European League in 1995 with Club Natacion Barcelona. He won five Spanish leagues, three Spanish King's cups and one Spanish Supercup.

The town hall of Alcorcón named a public swimming pool after Iván Moro. In 2006, Alcorcón's town hall appointed him as the General Manager of the local Foundation for the Sports in Alcorcón.

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