The final day of the 50th Singapore National Age Group Swimming Championships (SNAGs) wrapped up at the OCBC Aquatic Centre today, but the session was without its mega-star Joseph Schooling. Quah Ting Wen was the star of the show, earning her 2nd National Record of the meet.
After winning his 50m fly final, Joseph Schooling said, I think today was a lot better than yesterday for sure.
Singapore’s Olympic champion Joseph Schooling was in the OCBC Aquatic Centre pool tonight, taking center stage in the men’s 100m butterfly final at the National Age Group Swimming Championships.
26-year-old Quah Ting Wen of Singapore lowered her own 100m freestyle national record, becoming the first female from her country to go under 55 seconds in the event.
Olympic champion Joseph Schooling was in the water this weekend, contesting the men’s 100m fly on his home country’s turf at the 2019 Singapore Swim Series.
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.
Joseph Schooling is putting an emphasis on relays this time around at the Asian Games set for August.
Joseph Schooling was just one of several Singaporean athletes were reaped multiple medals in Kuala Lumpur this week.
Vietnamese swimmer Nguyen Thi Anh Vien continues her gold medal-winning siege, while a new face took the men’s splash n’ dash title in Kuala Lumpur.
Olympic champion Joseph Schooling of Singapore collected his 3rd gold of the 2017 SEA Games, while a trio of siblings – Quah Zheng Wen, Quah Jing Wen and Quah Ting Wen – all earned gold as well.
Joseph Schooling won his first event in Kuala Lumpur, as Singapore collected 3 gold medals on the night.
Jing Wen Quah will head to College Station after representing Singapore later this month at the SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Two-time Olympian Quah Ting Wen scored a new Singaporean national record in the women’s 50 LCM freestyle.
Despite being led by Joseph Schooling, the most successful Singaporean swimmer of all-time, the nation will only bring 3 swimmers to Rio.
At 19 years old, Quah Zheng Wen broke 2 meet records in 1 night at the Singapore National Age Group Championships, further establishing himself as a rising star on the Asian swimming scene.