Longhorn Joe Schooling, Richest Flyer In NCAA History, Nails 2 Golds, A Bronze

Joseph Schooling of Singapore by Patrick B. Kraemer

The biggest dollars prize winner in NCAA history, Joe Schooling, the last man ever to beat Michael Phelps in an Olympic race, struck gold twice with Texas teammates in the opening and curtain-closing relays on the day 2 at the D1 men’s swimming and diving championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.

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The biggest dollars prize winner in NCAA history, Joe Schooling, the last man ever to beat Michael Phelps in an Olympic race, struck gold twice with Texas teammates in the opening and curtain-closing relays on the day 2 at the D1 men’s swimming and diving championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis.

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