Hannah Moore

      
Hannah is a U.S. National Teamer and 2018 Pan Pacs qualifier in the 10k.  A former NC State standout and dual threat in pool and open water competitions, Hannah is now a member of TAC Titans training alongside Ashley Twichell under John Payne.     
Hannah's list of accomplishments includes: 
  • 2018  Pan Pacific Championships - 5th in the 10k
  • 4-Event Record Holder at NC State (500, 1,000, 1,650, 400IM)
  • 2018 ACC Champion - 1,650
  • 2017 World University Games Bronze Medalist - 1500
  • CSCAA Scholar All-American (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • 2016 Olympic Trials Finalist (400 and 800 freestyle)
  • 2014 Youth Olympics Gold Medalist - 400 freestyle

 

"I am proud to be the newest Fike Swim ambassador!  As an extremely avid user of The Brick in my years as a college swimmer and seeing the improvements that can come from using innovative tools, I can't wait to see what else the Fike Team creates in years to come."


"We are incredibly lucky to have Hannah join our team.  Each of our ambassadors is a phenomenal person in and out of the water and Hannah is no exception.  I love her enthusiasm for our brand and what we're trying to accomplish!” -James Fike, Founder Fike Swim


Q&A with Hannah Moore
Q: Who is your coach and which team do you compete for?
A: "I recently joined the TAC Titans and will be training under John Payne in the run up to World Championships next year."

Q: How did you get into swimming?
A: "Both of my parents were swimmers growing up and my dad swam in college, so it was only natural for the kids to try it." 
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Q: What is your favorite event? 
A: "I loooove a good mile!"

Q: How many yards per week do you train?
A: "In the past I've done between 50 and 60k.  I don't expect that to change much with the switch to TAC Titans but we'll see."

Q: What does your favorite set look like?
A: "With Coach Rose at staging camp [in Dana Point, CA before Pan Pacs] he had some of us do 3x1000m descend.  I think he was being generous with a 13:00 interval.  I didn't even go the fastest of the group but I was 11:40, 11:21, and 11:08.  I love long swims!"

Q: What are your competition goals?
A: "I have a lot more to learn in open water and I really want to grow that skill set, because I've done very well there lately.  Hopefully the work I put in over the next year translates to a podium spot at Worlds next year!" 

Q: What are your practice goals to help you reach your race goals?
A: "Ever since my senior year at NC State I've had the same goal- never be afraid to fail."

Q: Favorite dryland exercise?
A: "Medicine ball exercises.  They're a fun way to work so many parts of your body, but especially your core." 

Q: Favorite post-workout meal?
A: "Don't judge me but a chicken quinoa bowl is always hoped for."

Q: Swimmer role model and why
A: "I'm a huge Leah Smith fan.  I think she does an excellent job balancing her swimming with her social life.  She never takes herself too seriously and she can talk to pretty much anyone."
 
Q: Non-swimmer role model and why
A: "My dad because he's so generous."

Q: Something most people don't know about you
A: "If coffee didn't exist, I don't know that I would either."