Siobhan Haughey has made history by securing Hong Kongâ€™s first-ever Olympic medal in swimming. The 23-year-old won silver in the womenâ€™s 200m freestyle final on Day 5 of the Tokyo 2020 Games, beaten only by Australian superstar swimmer Ariarne Titmus. It comes just days after fencer Cheung Ka-long won the gold in the individual menâ€™s foil. The two medals make Tokyo 2020 Hong Kongâ€™s most successful games ever. Post sports reporter Jonathan White unpacks the dayâ€™s excitement with Alkira Reinfrank.
Hong Kongâ€™s Most Successful Olympics Ever as Swimmer Siobhan Haughey Wins Silver at Tokyo 2020