|Born||2 July 1929
Pretoria, South Africa
Daphne Lilian Evelyn Hasenjäger (born 2 July 1929) was a South African athlete, who was born as Daphne Robb. She competed for South Africa at the 1952 Summer Olympics held in Helsinki, Finland in the 100 metres, where she won the silver medal splitting Australians Marjorie Jackson and Shirley Strickland.
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