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Siobhan Haughey Wins Two Olympic Silver and Sets Asian Records

30 July 2021

Tokyo Olympic women's 100m and 200m freestyle silver medallist Siobhan Haughey Read More

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.

Event Athletes Position
Women's 100m Freestyle Siobhan Bernadette Haughey 2nd
Women's 200m Freestyle Siobhan Bernadette Haughey 2nd
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