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Joseph Schooling (born June 16, 1995) is a national record holding swimmer from Singapore. He is qualified to swim at the 2012 Olympics, from the time he swam in winning 200 fly at the 2011 SEA Games. As of 2012, he attends school and trains at the swimming powerhouse The Bolles School in the USA. While in Singapore, he went to Anglo-Chinese School (Independent). 
At the 2011 Southeast Asian Games, he swam to 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals; 1 Games Record, and 4 Singapore Records. His 1:56.67 winning time in the 200 fly was under the "A" qualifying standard for the 2012 Olympics. In a phone interview with The Straits Times, he said: "My experience in the SEA Games has given me a lot of confidence, especially in the 200 metre fly. Now I need to take my swimming to another level. I know I can get to Phelps' record in the 100 metre fly."
- 100-yard fly: 45.52
- 200-yard fly: 1:45.48
- 100m fly (long course): 52.33
- 200m fly (long course): 1:56:27
- 200m IM (long course): 1:59:99
- Les Tan (2011-11-16). "SEA Games Swimming: Joseph Schooling destroys field and qualifies for Olympics". redsports.sg. Retrieved 2011-12-16.