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Neo Garden Singapore National Swimming Championships: Schooling was first eliminated due to a false start

Neo Garden Singapore National Swimming Championships: Schooling was first eliminated due to a false start

Schooling - the Olympic record was not competed in the 50m butterfly swim event at the Swimming Neo Garden Singapore National Swimming Championships on June 19th.

"I will not let negative things invade the mind," Joseph Schooling said after being disqualified. "Failure will cause you to learn the lesson. Next time, I will relax, listen to the command before starting ".

Schooling was eliminated in the 50m butterfly swim content in Neo Garden 2019 because of wrong rules. This incident first happened to Singapore's number one fisherman. The 24-year-old admitted he was too excited after winning the 100m freestyle before, for 49 seconds 16.

Joseph Schooling had won nine gold medals and broke nine records at the 2015 SEA Games. A year later, he was shocked by defeating Michael Phelps and setting a record of 100m butterfly swim at the Rio Olympics. Schooling is Singapore's biggest hope for swimming at the world championships in Gwangju, South Korea next month.

The Singapore National Swimming Championships is witnessing the shine of the next generation of Schooling. The 19-year-old Christie Chue broke the record for 12 years in women's 200m frog content, with a time of 2 minutes and 31 seconds 96.

In the men's 200m frog content, Maximilian Ang broke the national record when he reached the finish after 2 minutes 14 seconds 32. This achievement is 0.03 seconds better than the time that Thai legend Nuttapong Ketin created when winning the 2017 SEA Games gold medal.