Hong Kong's Olympic silver medallist Siohban Haughey won the bronze medal in the women's 50 metres breaststroke final at the 19th Asian Games on Sunday.
She finished with a time of 30.36 seconds, trailing 0.18 seconds behind Japan's Satomi Suzuki. Tang Qianting of China topped the podium with a new Asian record of 29.26 seconds.
"This medal is very meaningful to me because Hong Kong doesn't have lot of individual medals for swimming. Today is only the first day and we still have many races to go so I have to redirect my focus now," Haughey told HOY TV after the race.
Haughey previously set a new Hong Kong record in the morning heats with a time of 30.46 seconds.
She will be competing in the women's 200 metres freestyle on Monday, and the 100 metres freestyle on Tuesday. She has previously won silver in both events at the Tokyo Olympics.
Haughey is also set to compete in the 50 metres freestyle event on Thursday.