Joseph Schooling is a multi-time All-American and World Championships bronze medalist at the University of Texas.The six-foot standout is versatile, and can swim both sprint and IM events at an elite level. Joseph Born on June 16, 1995, to May and Colin Schooling in Singapore, Schooling has represented Singapore on the international level, but he attended high school and swam at Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla. where he broke the National Independent and overall high school record in the 100 fly.
NCAA champ Joseph Schooling shift to the top of the podium in the men’s 100 fly with a final time of 51.86. Joseph’s time moves him into the top 20 world ranks for 2016. Falling to second was Tom Shields, who stopped the clock at a 52.02. Jack Conger and David Nolan kept it close to end third and fourth respectively. Conger delivered a 53.33 over Nolan’s 53.60. Luis Martinez finished fifth overall with a time of 53.67. Caeleb Dressel and Gunnar Bentz posted identical times of 53.75 to tie for sixth while Eugene Godsoe was eighth with a 54.14.
Singaporean swimmer, Joseph Schooling put on a show in his capacity as a Texas Longhorn swimmer at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships last week. As only a sophomore, Schooling smashed crucially rapid splits on all 5 of his squad’s relay races, as well as clocked 2 monster individual fly swims. In those individual events, Schooling rocked a U.S. Open Record in both the 100y butterfly (44.01) and 200y butterfly (1:37.97), becoming the first man to stop the clock under 1:38 in the latter event.
For all his efforts over short course yards, Schooling has also proven to be a threatening weapon on the long course scene too. At last year’s FINA World Championships, the 20-year-old stunned a star-studded field to take the bronze medal in the men’s 100m butterfly event in a time of 50.96, a new Singaporean and Asian Record
Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling clocked the 15th-fastest 100m butterfly time during the 2015-16 swim season when he won the event at the Atlanta Classic in 51.86second on Friday.
Semifinals And Finals in rio:-
Michael Phelps did:-51:58
Laszlo Cseh did:-51:57
Chad le clos did:-51:43
see Final result of men’s 100m butterfly:-here
Joseph Isaac Schooling did:-50:83
Last Records in Men’s 100 Butterfly:-
World Record:- 49.82, USA, PHELPS Michael in Rome 2009
Olympic Record:- 50.58, USA, PHELPS Michael in Beijing 2008