Hong Kong’s most successful Olympian: Swimmer Siobhan Haughey wins second silver

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Hong Kong’s most successful Olympian: Swimmer Siobhan Haughey wins second silver” – below is their description.

Siobhan Haughey has done it again for Hong Kong. The 23-year-old has clinched silver in the 100m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics to become Hong Kong’s most successful Olympian. Her medal win on July 30, 2021, comes two days after she earned silver in the 200m freestyle. Also on Day 7, Hong Kong’s badminton duo Tang Chun-man and Tse Ying-suet came so close in their push for bronze, but lost a dramatic encounter with Japan. SCMP sports news editor Paul Ryding joins Alkira Reinfrank for a recap of all the excitement from the pool and on the court.

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