|Born||March 8, 1916|
|Died||January 15, 2003 (aged 86)|
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jeannette Morven Campbell (March 8, 1916 – January 15, 2003) was a naturalized Argentine swimmer who won the silver medal in the 1936 Summer Olympics. She was the first Argentine female to participate at the Olympic Games.
Her sister, Dorothy, was Argentina's 100 m freestyle champion. She followed her sister to become the Argentine record holder in 100 m in 1932, with a 1:18:6 time. In 1935, she became the South American record holder in the 100 m (1:08:0) and in the 400 m. During the 1936 Olympics, she broke the 100 m Olympic record in the semifinals with a 1:06:6 time. She finished second to Hendrika Mastenbroek in the final 100 meters swim, with a 1:06:4 time.
She was the flag bearer for Argentina at the opening ceremony of the 1964 Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan.
- "First female competitors at the Olympics by country". Olympedia. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
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