Carin Alice Cone Vanderbush (born April 18, 1940) is an American former competition swimmer, Olympic medalist, and former world record-holder.
She competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, Australia, where she received a silver medal in the women's 100-meter backstroke, having the same time (1:12.9 – new world record) as Judy Grinham who was judged as winner. She received two gold medals at the 1959 Pan American Games in Chicago.
Cone set seven backstroke world records during her career.
Cone was inducted as an "Honor Swimmer" into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1984.
- Carin Cone – Olympic athlete profile at Sports-Reference.com
- Carin Cone (USA) – Honor Swimmer profile at International Swimming Hall of Fame
- 1951: United States (Geary, Pence, O'Brien)
- 1955: United States (O'Connor, Sears, Mullen, Werner)
- 1959: United States (Cone, Brancroft, Collins, Von Saltza)
- 1963: United States (Duenkel, Goyette, Stouder, De Varona)
- 1967: United States (Moore, Ball, Daniel, Fordyce)
- 1971: Canada
- 1975: United States (Bonne, Morey, Wright, Peyton)
- 1979: United States (Jezek, Caulkins, Sterkel, Woodhead)
- 1983: United States (Walsh, Rhodenbaugh, Lehner, Steinseifer)
- 1987: United States (Green, Heisick, Jorgensen, Linke)
- 1991: United States (Wilson, Tierney, Wester-Krieg, Tappin)
- 1995: United States (Bedford, King Bednar, Van Dyken, Martino)
- 1999: United States (Knapp, Stitts, Campbell, Spatz)
- 2003: United States (MacManus, Stitts, Vollmer, Weir)
- 2007: United States (Smit, McKeehan, Hersey, Correia)
- 2011: United States (Bootsma, Chandler, Donahue, Kendall)