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

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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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