Joseph Schooling Swims Beyond His Olympic Shadow: ‘In The Past … You Can’t Dwell On It’

Joseph Schooling - an Olympic champion status is now his constant shadow but he intends to out-swim it - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Rio 2016: The Champions. Joseph Schooling left home and Singapore at 14 in pursuit of his swimming dreams. Seven years beyond the start of goal-setting, he claimed Olympic gold in the 100m butterfly … reflections, reviews and resetting of goals … now starts the craft of the follow-up

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Rio 2016: The Champions. Joseph Schooling left home and Singapore at 14 in pursuit of his swimming dreams. Seven years beyond the start of goal-setting, he claimed Olympic gold in the 100m butterfly … reflections, reviews and resetting of goals … now starts the craft of the follow-up

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Ger

Are the 100m events his way going forward or was that just for Rio? He must have aspirations in the 200m butterfly I would have thought.

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