Moore Wins Gold Medals, Sets New NIC Record

March 15, 2022

Madelyn Moore Bermuda March 2021 ThumbMadelyn Moore won two gold medals, one bronze medal and set an NIC record at the National Invitational Championships in the U.S.

The Bermudian swimmer competes for Northern Colorado, and the University’s report said, “Northern Colorado Swim and Dive pieced together inarguably its most successful season in the pool to date. The Bears wrapped up the 2021-22 campaign with an 11th-place finish out of 42 schools at the National Invitational Championship.

“Two of UNC’s best relays kicked off an exciting weekend in Indiana on night one. Payten Irwin, Saana Liikonen, Ali Jackson and Madelyn Moore clocked a 1:31.31 in the 200 free relay to finish fifth and grab the second-fastest time in school history.

“Later on Thursday, Moore, Irwin and Liikonen were back in the blocks along with Bryanna Ungs in the 400 medley affair. With a 3:42.61, the Bears recorded the fourth-fastest time in program history and 11th place.

“Adding more trophies to the Moore mantle, Maddy claimed two title-winning swimming on the first night of action. A 22.39 in the 50 free and a 24.77 in the 50 back gave the Sandys, Bermuda native twp gold medals. Her 50 free time was also an NIC meet record.

“Night two brought yet another stellar relay effort from head coach Lisa Ebeling’s squad.  Moore dialed in another podium-worth swim in the 100 back. A 53.74 gave Moore a bronze medal.

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