Siobhan Haughey (centre) celebrates her 100m freestyle World Championshps victory with second-placed Sarah Sjostrom (left) and fifth-placed Canadian Kayla Sanchez. Photo: AP
Siobhan Haughey (centre) celebrates her 100m freestyle World Championshps victory with second-placed Sarah Sjostrom (left) and fifth-placed Canadian Kayla Sanchez. Photo: AP

Sensational Siobhan Haughey storms to second gold at short-course World Championships, beating Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom in 100m freestyle final

  • Hong Kong’s double Olympic silver medallist adds the 100m freestyle world title to the 200m crown she won on Thursday in Abu Dhabi
  • Haughey’s coach Michael Fasching says her success is the result of seven years of hard graft, sacrifice and positive thinking

Siobhan Haughey (centre) celebrates her 100m freestyle World Championshps victory with second-placed Sarah Sjostrom (left) and fifth-placed Canadian Kayla Sanchez. Photo: AP
Siobhan Haughey (centre) celebrates her 100m freestyle World Championshps victory with second-placed Sarah Sjostrom (left) and fifth-placed Canadian Kayla Sanchez. Photo: AP
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