Caro de Jager

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Boneyards, site of the Shell Festival Sea Swim in South Africa. Photo by Clive Wright.
Caro de Jager is a South African open water swimmer who was the first woman in the first annual 2.5 km Shell Festival Sea Swim, a 2.5 km swim through Boneyards at Jeffreys Bay in the Eastern Province of South Africa. She also won the Steers Double Mile at the 2012 Marina Mile event in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.

Caro also won the 5 K event at the 2012 SteersMarina Mile and came second in the Swimming Plus Marina Mile, which was won by South African Olympian Jessica Roux.

Caro is regarded as one of the up and coming prospects in open water swimming in South Africa.

2012 Shell Festival Sea Swim results

1. PJ Duffey and Siegfried Lokotsch: 38:05
3. Buff van Westenbrugge: 41:30
4. Caro de Jager: 41:35
5. Kevin Grey: 41:45
6. Rebecca Newman: 46:21
7. Richden Jute: 46:25
8. Ralph West: 51:35
9. Kendal Wright: 55:35
10. Isabeau Joubert: 1:01:35
11. Brenton Williams (butterfly) 1:01:40
12. Rebecca Baard: 1:01:55

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