- Swimmer Schooling does not defend his 100m freestyle title
- Singapore teammate Chua (49.59) swims personal best to take gold
Singapore swimmer Joseph Schooling failed to defend his 100m freestyle title at the Southeast Asian Games after teammate Darren Chua won gold in the New Clark City Aquatic Complex in the Philippines.
The Olympic champion took second in the men's 100m freestyle crown with 49.64 as Chua clocked 49.59 " a personal best for the 19-year-old.
Schooling secured gold in the 100m butterfly and 4 x 100m relay Friday night. Overall, Schooling now has three golds at the 2019 Games, with the other coming in the 200m relay last Wednesday.
This was not Schooling's first disappointment at this SEA Games.
The 24-year-old tasted defeat in the 50m fly event, losing to teammate Teong Tzen Wei.
It's another 1-2 win with Darren Chua winning the Gold Medal and setting a personal best, and Joseph Schooling winning the Silver Medal in the Men's 100m Freestyle!For more winning moments, watch the 30th SEA Games FOR FREE on Toggle - https://t.co/fqjZuHL4c5#SEAGames2019 pic.twitter.com/ivABowr4MF
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