Hugo Boss Puts Rio ‘Fly King Joe Schooling On The Catwalk Of Commercial Catch-Up

Joe Schooling - by Hugo Boss

His NCAA swansong behind him with a fourth straight team title for the University of Texas, Joe Schooling, Singapore’s one and only Olympic champion, has turned professional, allowing him to dip into trust funds held in stay since he claimed the 100m butterfly crown at Rio 2016 and shake hands with those seeking his endorsement. Hugo Boss, the German fashion house, is first to put the swimmer on the catwalk of commercial existence. After his 2016 Olympic victory, Schooling was given a Sin$1 million prize by a nation celebrating a pioneer in a move that became a debating point in the amateur NCAA pool

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His NCAA swansong behind him with a fourth straight team title for the University of Texas, Joe Schooling, Singapore’s one and only Olympic champion, has turned professional, allowing him to dip into trust funds held in stay since he claimed the 100m butterfly crown at Rio 2016 and shake hands with those seeking his endorsement. Hugo Boss, the German fashion house, is first to put the swimmer on the catwalk of commercial existence. After his 2016 Olympic victory, Schooling was given a Sin$1 million prize by a nation celebrating a pioneer in a move that became a debating point in the amateur NCAA pool

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