Moyse belonged since 2004 to the Canadian national rugby team of women and denied 15 internationals. She plays both fullback in rugby union system, as well as in 7- rugby. During the 2006 World Championships in Edmonton, she was the most successful participant and scored with 35 in seven attempts, the most points. As the only representative of her team, she was elected to the All-Star Team of the World Cup. As an athlete, she took part in the 1997 Canada Games, where she represented her home province of Prince Edward Iceland as a sprinter and still holds the records in the 200 - meter dash and the triple jump.
Your greatest success Moyse in Bobsleigh, she operates since August 2005. Right in her first season, she won not only with her pilot Helen Upperton the Canadian Championships, she was also second the overall World Cup. Here, the double in St. Moritz managed a victory in Koenigssee Igls and they were second and in her first race in Calgary third parties. The highlight was the participation in the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, where Upperton / Moyse behind Gerda Steiner Weiss and Jennifer Isacco missed in fourth place when only 0.05 seconds, the bronze medal. Nevertheless, they could set up an Olympic start record. After the games, there was only sporadic inserts on the Uppertons page, briefly drove Moyse with Lisa and Amanda Szabon Stepenko. Since the 2009/10 season Moyse travels frequently on the side of Kaillie Humphries, with which it was at the Bob World Championships 2009 in Lake Placid and fifth in Altenberg won a World Cup in December 2009 for the first time. Your biggest success Moyse, together with its pilot Humphries with his victory at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. At Bob 's World Cup 2011 in Koenigssee, the duo reached the bronze medal.
Moyse studied at the University of Waterloo Human Movement Sciences and graduated with a bachelor's degree. Then she made in 2007 her Masters in Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto. She lives in Toronto. In 2006, she was athlete of Prince Edward Iceland and awarded the Prince Edward Iceland Lieutenant Governor's Award and the Bill Half Penny Award.