Siobhan Haughey of the University of Michigan ladies swimming and plunging group equipped for the 2019 World Championships and the Olympic 2020 at the 62nd Festival of Sport, hung on Sunday at the Hong Kong Sports Institute Swimming Pool. Olympic followers from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platform for Olympic Tickets. Olympic Swimming fans can book Olympic Swimming tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
Not exactly a month expelled from the NCAA Championships and just a day subsequent to landing in Hong Kong, Haughey hit the FINA ‘A’ standard on two occasions.
She brought down her already held the national record in the 100-meter free-form to 53.59, well beneath the passing standard of 54.38. That is additionally the tenth quickest time on the planet this year.
She came back to the pool in the 400-meter free-form, accomplishing the FINA cut for the 200-meter free-form on the principal half of the race (1:57.16). The standard for the 200-meter free-form was 1:57.22.
This will be Haughey’s second excursion to the Olympic in the wake of swimming at the 2016 Games in Rio. She arrived at the elimination rounds in the 200-meter free-form, completing thirteenth.
In 2017, Haughey was fifth in the 200-meter free-form at the World Championships and won two gold awards at the 2017 World University Games. She didn’t contend in any worldwide meets in 2018.
Before planning for the Tokyo Olympic Games, Haughey will initially make a beeline for the 2019 World Championships, held July 21-28 in Gwangju, South Korea. She will be joined there by a colleague and individual Hong Kong local Jamie Yeung, who recently qualified in the 100-meter breaststroke finally summer’s Asian Games.
With the passing occasions verified, Haughey won’t swim finals and will come back to the U.S. tomorrow. She will graduate one month from now with a degree in brain research and plans to remain in Ann Arbor to prepare through the Olympic 2020 Games.