Madelyn Moore is already known as one of the best swimmers in University of Northern Colorado (UNC) history and in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), now she is being recognized as one of the best swimmers for the Central America & Caribbean region. Moore earned honorable mention in Swim Swam's Annual Awards.
Moore finished behind Joanna Evans of the Bahamas who won the 2021 Swammy Award for Central American and Caribbean Female Swimmer of the Year.
Moore had a dominant year in the pool both collegiately and internationally. She won four races at the CCCAN Championships in the 50m Freestyle, 100m Freestyle, 50m Butterfly and 100m Butterfly. Moore set Bermuda's national records in three of the four events.
Moore went on to compete at the 2021 FINA World Championships in Abu Dhabi resetting her 50m Freestyle Short Course record with a time of 25.15.
While competing for the UNC, Moore earned the 2021 WAC Female Swimmer of the Year award for her performance in the 2020-21 season. She has already earned the WAC Swimmer of the Week three times in 2021-22 and swam an NCAA B cut time in the 50 Yard Free.
Moore returns to the pool along with the rest her UNC Swimming and Diving teammates on January 7th with the Air Force & Utah Tech Tri-Meet.