Hong Kong swimmer Siobhan Haughey has enjoyed another record-breaking day at the International Swimming League in Budapest by improving upon her own Asian and Hong Kong record in the women’s 100m freestyle. Haughey achieved the sixth fastest time of all-time in the discipline with a sensational display in round six of the ISL.
Competing for the French team Energy Standard, Haughey led off the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay with a time of 51.14 seconds. That’s 0.24 seconds faster than her own Asian and Hong Kong record set in round one of the ISL last month.
The result also lifted her three places up the women’s 100m freestyle all-time list into sixth best. She also helped her team win the relay.
Haughey also competed in the the women’s 400m freestyle on Sunday. Her winning time of 3:58.75 was 0.17 seconds short of her own Hong Kong record but enough to lead the race from start to finish.