It's another sign of Olympian pride for Fair Haven's Connor Jaeger.
The 21-year-old Michigan University junior secured his spot on the US Olympics swim team when he came in second in the 1500 meter freestyle race on the last day of the trials in Nebraska June 2.
Since then, congratulatory signs have been popping up all over his hometown. Yet, this is the first to be seen outside of the Rumson-Fair Haven area borders.
Jaeger was a lifeguard in Long Branch and his past guard colleagues there are pretty proud. They crafted a sign that is now posted on the side of the Long Branch Beach Patrol headquarters. And Olympic rings were added to the guards' duffle bags.
And, a physical therapy business in Middletown just decided to get into the spirit.
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Jaeger is now training in Vichy, France. Patch will feature an update on his experience through his father's eyes.