Caroline Frances Meyer, ONZM, formerly known as Caroline Frances Evers-Swindell (born 10 October 1978 in Hastings, New Zealand) is a former New Zealand rower. She is 179 cm tall and 80kg. She competed in the double sculls with her identical twin sister Georgina Earl. In November 2005 she and her sister were named Rowing Female Crew of the Year by the International Rowing Federation (FISA).
In 2001 she won silver at the World Championships in both the double and quadruple sculls. Together with her sister she won gold at both the 2002 and 2003 Rowing World Championships in the double sculls. She also won, again with her sister, the 2004 Olympic gold medal. Caroline was coached by Dick Tonks and represented Hamilton Rowing Club.
At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, she and her sister won gold medals in the women's double sculls, beating the German pair by 1/100 of a second, 7:07.32 versus 7:07.33. This was the first time in history that the women's double scull title had successfully been defended. She and her sister announced their retirement from rowing in October 2008.
In December 2008, she and her sister won the Lonsdale Cup which is awarded by the New Zealand Olympic Committee to the athlete/s who make the most outstanding contribution to an Olympic sport. They previously won the cup in 2003.
In December 2009, Evers-Swindell married former Olympic rower Carl Meyer. She now goes by the name Caroline Meyer.