Madelyn Moore, the Bermuda swimmer, is knocking on the door to Olympic qualification.

The 15-year-old sprint swimmer came to within less than ½sec of qualifying for this summer’s Olympics in Rio after recording a 26:65 in the 50 metres freestyle, her speciality event, at the Central American and Caribbean Amateur Swimming Championships (CCCAN) in Barbados last summer en route to winning the gold medal.

Moore, who attends Warwick Academy, has two meets remaining to qualify for the Olympics and feels good about her chances of reaching the 50 free qualifying standard of 26:17

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