Three Games Marks In Two Victories For Singapore’s Joe Schooling – On Freestyle

Joe Schooling, Texas - courtesy of Patrick Meredith, UT Athletics Photography

Butterfly ace Joseph Schooling added two feathers to his bow at a home South East Asian Games in Singapore today when he roared to a 48.58 Games-record victory in the 100m freestyle and then led his national 4x200m freestyle replay to gold with a 1:47.79 starter, establishing three Games records in total

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Butterfly ace Joseph Schooling added two feathers to his bow at a home South East Asian Games in Singapore today when he roared to a 48.58 Games-record victory in the 100m freestyle and then led his national 4x200m freestyle replay to gold with a 1:47.79 starter, establishing three Games records in total

Comments

aswimfan

This is very nice surprising result from Schooling.
But tapering twice already (NCAA and SEA GAMES), I am concerned that he won’t get faster in Kazan. I understand that SEA Games is Singapore’s top priority for this year though.

Ice

Schooling claimed he isnt fully tapered for SEA Games

felixdangerpants

This is no surprise nobody mentioned him in the predictions for Kazan, he is a genuine gold contender in 100fly & for Rio

Craig Lord

felixdangerpants, I mention him in my Kazan previews, men’s ‘fly
http://www.swimvortex.com/which-champions-will-keep-their-crowns-in-kazan-the-form-guide-mens-butterfly/

Viva la Bang

Vietnam’s Thi Anh Vien Nguyen has shown some promise here also!

Rain Maker

I wish him well, but I just don’t think he’s a medal contender in Rio. I think his time will come in 2020.

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