Former Singapore swim queen Joscelin Yeo believes spectators are in for a treat at the June 20-23 Neo Garden 14th Singapore National Swimming Championships, and not just because Singapore's first Olympic champion, Joseph Schooling, is competing.
The 22-year-old will be racing in Singapore for the first time since his nine-gold haul at the 2015 SEA Games, and his presence at the OCBC Aquatic Centre will be made all the more exciting by the Mare Nostrum Monaco racing format that will make its Singapore debut at the meet.
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