Siobhan Haughey celebrates after winning the 200m freestyle and breaking the short-course world record at the World Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Xinhua
Siobhan Haughey celebrates after winning the 200m freestyle and breaking the short-course world record at the World Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Xinhua
Swimming

Siobhan Haughey back in the pool for Hong Kong Open Championships after eight-month absence

  • Star swimmer will race for the first time in 2022, competing in three freestyle events at Victoria Park Pool this weekend
  • ‘Our target is allow her to regain her feeling in the water before she gets back to more competitions later this year,’ head coach says

Siobhan Haughey celebrates after winning the 200m freestyle and breaking the short-course world record at the World Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Xinhua
Siobhan Haughey celebrates after winning the 200m freestyle and breaking the short-course world record at the World Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi. Photo: Xinhua
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