University of Texas student-athlete Joseph Schooling earned another paycheck with his recent 6 golds at the Southeast Asian Games.
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.
Singapore swimmers Joseph Schooling and Quah Zheng Wen have each earned 5 gold medals thus far in Kuala Lumpur, while Vietnam’s Nguyen Thi Anh Vien has collected 6 medals overall.
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.
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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.
Singapore’s Quah Zheng Wen reset his own 200 back national record at their National Championships on Saturday.
NC State missed the A final of the 400 medley relay while swimming an alternate lineup and gaining almost two seconds. Cal very nearly missed the final as well while swimming without Olympic champ Ryan Murphy.
A disqualification to Alabama bumped California’s 400 medley relay into the A final after the Golden Bears swam an alternate lineup in prelims.
The Cal men just got a big boost
Singaporean swimmer Quah Zheng Wen is set to join the Cal Bears under Dave Durden.
Finally Michael Phelps is up in the men’s 100m butterfly. This event is arguably the toughest on his schedule for him. He wasn’t remarkably fast at the US Olympic Trials but has shown throughout this meet that he’s much better than he was just a few weeks ago.
Despite being led by Joseph Schooling, the most successful Singaporean swimmer of all-time, the nation will only bring 3 swimmers to Rio.