Fast Fish Joe Schooling Says He’s Going To Use ‘Chip On His Shoulder’ To Rock NCAAs

Joseph Schooling of Singapore by Patrick B. Kraemer

Singapore’s Olympic 100m butterfly champion Joe Schooling has a chip on his shoulder. At least that’s what the richest swimmer in U.S. College racing says – and he intends to use grudge and grievance to get back to gold.

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Singapore’s Olympic 100m butterfly champion Joe Schooling has a chip on his shoulder. At least that’s what the richest swimmer in U.S. College racing says – and he intends to use grudge and grievance to get back to gold.

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