Singaporean swimming hero Joseph Schooling was in the water briefly at his nation’s short course championships, contesting the men’s 100m free.
After placing 6th in the prelims of the men’s 100 fly in Singapore, Olympic champion Joseph Schooling sat out of tonight’s final.
26-year-old Quah Ting Wen powered her way to a new Singaporean national standard in the women’s 100m freestyle on night 1 of Singapore Nats.
Yui Ohashi will be back at it this week, competing at the Japan Open, the final qualifier for this summer’s World Championships.
After winning his 50m fly final, Joseph Schooling said, I think today was a lot better than yesterday for sure.
Singaporean swimmer Glen Lim was back at it tonight at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, as the 17-year-old produced another National Record while competing at the National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAGs).
Day 1 of the Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAGs) is already in the books, but not before two new National Age Records were taken down at the OCBC Aquatic Centre.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling raced in the early heats of the men’s 50m freestyle, only to drop the event on the final night of the national competition.
Singapore’s Joseph Schooling collected 100m fly gold earlier in these National Championships, but was unable to replicate that same feat on night 3.
16-year-old Glen Lim crushed his own Singaporean national record in the men’s 800m freestyle tonight at the OCBC Aquatic Centre, while the arena waits for Olympic champion Joseph Schooling’s swims tomorrow.