Siobhan Haughey celebrates winning gold in the 200m freestyle final at the 2022 Fina World Short Course Swimming Championships at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on December 18, 2022. Photo: Getty Images
Siobhan Haughey celebrates winning gold in the 200m freestyle final at the 2022 Fina World Short Course Swimming Championships at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on December 18, 2022. Photo: Getty Images
Swimming

Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey hoping the best is yet to come in 2023 after ‘building year’

  • Double Tokyo silver medallist could secure her place in the Paris Olympics at the Pro Swim Series in March
  • World champion says she is discovering it is harder to stay at the top than get there in the first place

Siobhan Haughey celebrates winning gold in the 200m freestyle final at the 2022 Fina World Short Course Swimming Championships at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on December 18, 2022. Photo: Getty Images
Siobhan Haughey celebrates winning gold in the 200m freestyle final at the 2022 Fina World Short Course Swimming Championships at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on December 18, 2022. Photo: Getty Images
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