|Birth||6 April 1944, Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Death||31 December 2014, Montevideo, Uruguay (aged 70 years)|
Washington Rodríguez Medina (April 6, 1944 – 31 December 2014) was a Uruguayan boxer, who won a bronze medal in the bantamweight category (– 54 kg) at the 1964 Summer Olympics. Earlier in 1962 Rodríguez won a bantamweight bronze medal at the Latin American Games. After the 1964 Olympics he turned professional, and retired in 1969 with a record of five wins (four by knockout) and one loss. He then worked at the National Bank of Uruguay.