| Place Of Birth || Hastings, New Zealand |
| Residence || Tauranga, New Zealand |
| Influential Person || His parents, coaches, and Anthony Mosse. |
| Recent Results || Telstra FINA World Cup (Sydney, Australia, Nov-2005)|
13th in the 200m Freestyle (1:48.79)
12th in the 50m Butterfly (24.67)
6th in the 100m Butterfly (52.26)
4th in the 200m Butterfly (1:55.09)
FINA World Championships (Montreal, July-2005)
33rd in the 400m Freestyle (3:58.35)
40th in the 50m Butterfly (25.27)
9th in the 100m Butterfly (53.00)
13th in the 200m Butterfly (1:58.24)
disqualified in the 4x100m medley relay
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Gold in the 200m Butterfly (1:56.64) new Commonwealth Games record.
17th in the 100m Freestyle (53.21)
16th in the 50m Butterfly (25.50)
9th in the 100m Butterfly (54.96)
4th in the 200m Butterfly (1:59.94)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
28th in the 400m Freestyle (3:57.29)
28th in the 1500m Freestyle (15:56.42)
12th in the 200m Butterfly (1:58.09)
| Other || World Ranking:|
16th in the 100m Butterfly (as at 01-Aug-2005)
13th in the 200m Butterfly (as at 01-Aug-2005)
Before competing at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Moss completed a month-long build up in the US and produced some strong results without the benefit of tapering.
His pet peeve is drug cheats and his favourite teammate is Melissa Ingram, who happens to be his girlfriend.
During the 2005 Commonwealth Games Trials, Moss smashed the longest standing New Zealand swim record (held by Anthony Mosse) in the 200m Butterfly. Moss carved nearly half a second off Mosse's time, which was set in 1986.
His advice for others is to relax and enjoy what you are doing but at the same time be fully focused on what you are doing.
Moss believes it is desire, effort and commitment that make a good swimmer.