Tokyo Olympics: Naomi Osaka crashes out in third round of tennis; Siobhan Haughey sets up medal shot after dominant semi-final swim

July 27, 2021 GMT

It’s day four in Tokyo and there has already been another impressive display from one of Hong Kong’s athletes.

Siobhan Haughey has picked up where Cheung Ka-long left off, finishing second overall in the semi-finals of the women’s 200m freestyle. Her performance gives her a shot at a medal in tomorrow’s final when she will go up against the likes of Katie Ledecky and Ariarne Titmus.

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Somewhere in Tokyo, Cheung is walking around realising his life has changed forever. If you somehow missed his amazing gold-medal performance yesterday, you can get a full recap here, and here.


There has been success this morning for Doo Hoi-kem in the table tennis too, although the women’s epee team are out of the fencing. On the water, Stephanie Norton competes in the Laser Radial.

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