Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett
Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett

Tokyo Olympics: young Hong Kong swimmers inspired by Siobhan’s Haughey’s silver medal – ‘she made history in the pool’

  • Young swimmers were in awe watching the 200m freestyle at the South China Athletic Association’s pool where Haughey’s career started
  • Hong Kong’s next generation of talent in the pool now feel like they can strive for medals too - ‘there is a chance, and this is our goal too’

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett
Jonathan Bostan, Ethan Au-yeung and Wilson Chan, all local swimmers, watched Siobhan Haughey get silver at Tokyo 2020, at the South China Athletic Association pool where Haughey started her swim career. Photo: Patrick Blennerhassett
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