Swimming athlete Schooling surprisingly lost at the knack
Joseph Schooling played very badly at the 2019 world championship, where he could not enter the semi-finals of the 100 m butterfly swim.
Schooling is the famous swimmer of Singapore. At the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Brazil), this swimmer won a gold medal of 100 m butterfly swim, the content he defeated the legendary Michael Phelps, Chad le Clos, and Laszlo Cseh. However, the career of the 24-year-old athlete has fallen after that resounding victory.
At the 2017 World Swimming Championships in Budapest (Hungary), Schooling only won the bronze medal at the forte. 2 years later, he continued to decline when entering the tournament in Korea. At the end of the first round, the fisherman ranked 24th in the list of the fastest swimmers.
Schooling’s achievement is 52 seconds 93, far below what he did at the Rio 2016 Olympics, where the Southeast Asian swimmer reached the finish line after 50 seconds 39. That inferior form made the Singapore swimmer get eliminated early. This is a shocking result for fans and professionals.
Schooling also recently played badly. At the Singapore Swimming Championships that took place in June, he swam 100 m butterfly with 54 seconds 63 seconds. Also at the 2019 World Championship, this swimmer soon failed at 50 m butterfly swim. He finished 20th after 23 seconds 73.
Schooling’s performance is alarming. If not improving the performance, Singaporean fishermen are difficult to protect gold medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (Japan), by swimming the emerging world with many strong names such as Caeleb Dressel, Kristof Milak.
Responding to the media, Schooling said: “I’m disappointed with the results. However, I won’t be too focused on the performance in Korea. What I need to do now is to come back soon and improve my performance. I will come back with a completely new image.”