Wrestling Canada
Wrestling Canada

Alex Moore


  • Represented Team Canada at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games, placing sixth in the 63kg weight class
  • Finished fifth in the 86kg event in his first appearance at the Pan American Games at Lima 2019
  • Won 86kg bronze at the 2022 Commonwealth Games after placing fifth in 2018
  • Came back from ACL surgery to win a wrestle-off at the national trials in February 2021; did so after tearing his labrum just a week prior, which required further surgery; was unable to qualify an Olympic spot for Tokyo 2020
  • Won 86kg silver at the 2023 Pan American Championships, his second career senior medal at the continental championships
  • Won 86kg bronze at the 2018 World University Championships
  • Won back-to-back Pan American titles in the junior 74kg (2016) and junior 84kg (2017) categories
  • Named Men’s Outstanding Wrestler at the 2019 U Sports National Championships after winning the 90kg individual title
  • Won 54kg bronze at the 2013 Canada Games

A Little More About Alex

Getting into the Sport: Took up the sport at age 11 because his father is a wrestling coach… Was inspired to compete for Canada while watching Gia Sissaouri win gold at the 2001 World Championships…Outside Interests: Earned a Bachelor of Commerce from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University… Works in the financial services field…

Notable International Results

Pan American Games: 2019 – 5th (86kg)

Commonwealth Games: 2022 – BRONZE (86kg); 2018 – 5th (86kg)  

Youth Olympic Games: 2014 – 6th (63kg)

UWW World Championships: 2022 – 24th (86kg); 2019 – 29th (86kg), 8th (86kg U23); 2018 - 5th (86kg U23); 2017 – 7th (84kg junior); 2016 – 8th (74kg junior)    

Pan American Championships: 2023 – SILVER (86kg); 2019 – BRONZE (86kg); 2017 – GOLD (84kg junior)