Ex-boyfriend of HK swimmer Haughey who won the Tokyo Olympic silver medal competes in Men’s 100m freestyle

4 months ago 906

28th July 2021 – (Hong Kong) Hong Kong swimmer Siobhan Bernadette Haughey finished second in her 200m Freestyle semi-final and won silver medal in the final round held at 9.41am (Hong Kong time) today. She finished with 1:53.92, a new Hong Kong and Asia record. Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus won gold medal with a finishing time of 1:53.50 breaking the Olympics Record. Third place was won by Penny Oleksiak from Canada.

 Siobhan Bernadette Haughey won a silver medal today.

Siobhan Bernadette Haughey is currently studying psychology at University of Michigan where she dated her ex-boyfriend, Mokhtar Al-Yamani for almost 4 years.

24-year-old Mokhtar Al-Yamani  is also a swimmer representing Yemen who completed 1st in the Tokyo Olympics Men’s 100m freestyle Heat 3 yesterday. He clocked 50.52.

He also competed in the men’s 100 metre freestyle event at the 2017 World Aquatics Championships. In 2018, he represented Yemen at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

They are both in the Michigan Wolverines swimming and diving program. The University of Michigan swimming program is one of the most highly respected college swimming programs in the country. The men’s and women’s teams, which had been coached separately, were combined in August 2012 by the University of Michigan Athletic Department under the leadership of head coach Mike Bottom.

Mokhtar is purportedly dating a new girl named Sienna Petersen.

Source: Mokhtar Al-Yamani’s instagram Source: Mokhtar Al-Yamani’s instagram Source: Siobhan Bernadette Haughey/Instagram Source: Siobhan Bernadette Haughey/Instagram Source: Siobhan Bernadette Haughey/Instagram Source: Siobhan Bernadette Haughey/Instagram Mokhtar Al-Yamani celebrated birthday with his new girlfriend (siennapetersen) in April this year. Source: Mokhtar Al-Yamani‘s instagram

The post Ex-boyfriend of HK swimmer Haughey who won the Tokyo Olympic silver medal competes in Men’s 100m freestyle appeared first on Dimsum Daily.

Read Entire Article