Hong Kong swimmer Siobhan Haughey was in electrifying form during match six of the International Swimming League (ISL) on Sunday night when she broke her own Asian 100m freestyle record to help Energy Standard to the top of the leader board after day one. Haughey led off the 4x100m free relay in a breathtaking 51.14 seconds, the sixth fastest time in history, as she stepped up in the absence of the injured Sarah Sjostrom to lead her club’s efforts in Hungary and shattered her own Asian record of 51.38 in the process. The world record in the 100m free is 50.25. Later, Haughey returned to action in the 400m freestyle and again came out on top to secure her team’s eighth win of the day. It was the 23-year-old’s first win of the season in the 400m free and it handed her team a comfortable 38-point lead at the top of the standings after day one of the two-day match. View this post on Instagram The 1st day of Match 6 was truly breathtaking. Great results by swimmers and insane competition by all four teams. The best moments of Match 6 Day 1 are here. Enjoy! And we are looking forward to Day 2 #ISL #AquaPower #ISL2020 #ISwimLeagueS02 #ISwimLeague A post shared by International Swimming League (@iswimleague) on Nov 1, 2020 at 1:02pm PST The ISL is a professional swimming league that was established last year. It is currently in its second season. Last season, Haughey was one of the stand-out performers for her team DC Trident. She secured a move to the reigning champions Energy Standard ahead of the new season. All 13 matches in the second season will take place inside a Covid-19-secure “bubble” in Budapest, Hungary. The competition consists of 10 teams that compete across 10 matches before semi-final and final events, which are held from November 14-16 and November 21-22 respectively. A total of US$6 million will be handed out to participating athletes throughout the competition.