Tomás MacCormik

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Tomás MacCormik
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BornJune 7, 1978

Tomás MacCormik (born June 7, 1978 in Buenos Aires) is a field hockey midfielder from Argentina. MacCormik began playing hockey at age seven. He made his debut for the national squad in 1996, and competed for his native country in the 2000 Summer Olympics and the 2004 Summer Olympics. After the Athens Games, Tomás MacCormik moved from San Fernando to a Dutch club playing at the highest level, called Tilburg, together with fellow-international Matias Vila.

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