|Birth||19 November 1947, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba|
Rolando Garbey Garbey (born November 19, 1947 in Santiago de Cuba) is a retired Cuban boxer. He competed in the Light Middleweight (71 kg) category. He won an Olympic silver medal in 1968 and a bronze medal in 1976. In 1974, at the inaugural 1974 World Championships in Havana, Cuba, he won the world title. Garbey was also a gold medalist at light middleweight at the Pan-American games in 1967, 1971, and 1975.
Mexico City – 1968 Quarterfinal: Defeated Eric Blake (Great Britain) by first-round knockout Semifinal: Defeated Johnny Baldwin (United States) by decision, 4-1 Final: Lost to Boris Lagutin (Soviet Union) by decision, 0-5 (was awarded silver medal) Munich – 1972 Defeated Ricky Barnor (Ghana) by decision, 5-0 Defeated Franz Csandl (Austria) by decision, 5-0 Defeated Jae Keun-Lim (South Korea) by second-round technical knockout Lost to Wiesław Rudkowski (Poland) by decision, 1-4 Montreal – 1976 Round of 32: Defeated Dashnian Olzwoi (Mongolia) by third-round knockout Round of 16: Defeated Earl Liburd (Virgin Islands) referee stopped contest in second round Quarterfinal: Defeated Kalevi Kosunen (Finland) referee stopped contest in first round Semifinal: Lost to Tadija Kačar (Yugoslavia) by decision, 1-4 (was awarded bronze medal)