A trio of Northern Colorado swimmers continue to make waves in the pool this summer competing across the world.
Bermuda’s Madelyn Moore is one of three student swimmers representing her country at events this summer and performing well.
Moore swam in a variety of events at CCCAN finishing no worse than fifth in any of her six events.
The Bears freshman Phenom in 2018-19 finished in second place in the 50 Backstroke (30.65), 50 Butterfly (28.26), 50 Freestyle (26.72) and 100 Backstroke (1:06.46). She also swam in the 100 Freestyle finishing in third place with a time of 58.84 and fifth in the 100 Butterfly by touching the wall in 1:05.71.
The summer circuit continues for Moore later this week when she participates in the World Championships in Gwangju, Korea. The summer will end for her at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.