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Graeme Moore
Position: Free/Back
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 216
Year: Senior
Hometown: Johannesburg, South Africa
High School: Reddam House
Experience: 3 Letters

International Success
• Placed 11th in both the 50 free (21.72) and 50 fly (23.25) for South Africa at the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome

• Swam the anchor leg (47.25) of South Africa's 400 medley relay that placed 10th at the 2009 World Championships

Cal Success
• Member of 2010 NCAA champion 200 free, 400 free and 200 medley (butterfly leg) relays

• Placed fifth in 100 fly (46.05), seventh in the 100 free (42.90) and ninth in the 50 free (19.29) at the 2010 NCAA championships

• Member of 2010 Pac-10 champion 400 free and 200 medley relays

• Placed second in the 100 free, third in the 100 fly and fourth in the 50 free at the 2010 Pac-10 championships

• Swam the third leg of the Bears' 2009 Pac-10 champion 200 and 400 medley relays

• On Cal school record-holding 200 medley (1:22.50, butterfly leg), 400 medley (3:01.69, butterfly leg), 200 free (1:15.13, second leg), 400 free (2:47.61, second leg) and 800 free (6:19.79, second leg) relays (joins Nathan Adrian as only people to be on all five school record relays)

• Owns the school's fifth-best all-time mark in the 100 fly (46.02), sixth-best time in the 50 free (19.22) and sixth-best mark in the 100 free (42.36)

• Pac-10 record-holder in 200 and 400 free and 200 and 400 medley relays

Personal
• Parents are Michael and Laetitia Moore

• Majoring in integrative biology

• Born Jan. 28, 1989, in Johannesburg, South Africa

CAREER-BEST TIMES
SHORT-COURSE YARDS
50 Free	19.22
100 Free 42.36
100 Fly	46.02

LONG-COURSE METERS 50 Free 21.72 100 Free 49.41 100 Fly 53.06

Name a favorite thing at Cal that you can't find at home in South Africa.
Christmas during winter and Mexican food.

How is training at Cal different from how it was back home?
The sense of camaraderie we have within the team is far greater than what I have experienced ever before. Everyone is dedicated to a something greater than themselves; helping one another to team as well as individual goals, which makes it a fun and inspiring environment to be in.

What is your favorite memory from your time at Cal?
Watching the sun set over the golden gate from the top of the Berkeley Hills with friends.

Cal Bears Men's Swimming & Diving