Siobhan Haughey Wins Two Olympic Silver and Sets Asian Records
Hong Kong swimmer Siobhan Haughey made Hong Kong Olympic history by winning the first-ever Olympic swimming medals and breaking Asian records four times in three days at the Tokyo Olympic Games. She went 1:53.92 in women’s 200m freestyle final to win silver, breaking Asian record at the same time. She then set Asian records of the women’s 100m freestyle event thrice in heat, semi-final and final, eventually taking another silver medal with new Asian record 52.27, becoming the first Hong Kong athlete to have won two medals in a single Olympic Games. Hong Kong has accumulated three medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
|Women's 100m Freestyle||Siobhan Haughey|
|Women's 200m Freestyle||Siobhan Haughey|