Tokyo Olympics: Siobhan Haughey's sensational day in pool highlight of day 5 for Hong Kong - as it happened
- Hong Kong hero Siobhan Haughey sets another Asian record in 52.70 seconds on her return to action in the pool
- The 23-year-old earlier smashed her personal best en route to silver medal in 200m freestyle
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A silver medal, two new Asian records, two new Hong Kong records –
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There was more success for Hong Kong, with Tang Chun-man and Tse Ying-suet beating Britain's Marcus Ellis and Lauren Smith in the mixed doubles quarter-finals. Unfortunately, Doo Hoi-kem pushed Chen Meng hard, but ultimately lost 4-2 in her quarter-final.
Later, badminton star Angus Ng Ka-long lost his second group game in men's singles, and surrendered his Olympic hopes.
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Reporting by Paul Ryding and Jonathan White (in Tokyo), Josh Ball, Patrick Blennerhassett, Chan Kin-wa, Nick Atkin, Andrew McNicol, Nadia Lam, and Cheryl Heng.