At the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, Moe won an historic gold medal in the men's eight.
During the 2013 World Cup Series, Moe raced in the men's eight winning gold at the Sydney and Eton Dorney Regattas and finishing 4th in Lucerne.
At the 2013 GB Rowing Team Senior and U23 Trials held on 20/12 April at Caversham, Moe and Andrew Triggs-Hodge won the men's pair.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Moe won a bronze medal in the men's eight.
During the 2012 World Cup Series, Moe raced in the men's eight. In Belgrade, the crew won a silver medal finishing 3 seconds behind the German eight. The crew won silver once again in Lucerne but closed the gap to just over 1 second. In Munich, the crew won a bronze medal.
At the 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Moe and crew mates Alex Partridge, James Foad, Cameron Nichol, Nathaniel Reilly-O'Donnell, Greg Searle, Tom Ransley, Dan Ritchie and (cox) Phelan Hill won a silver medal in the men's eight after rowing through opposition from Canada and Australia. Germany won the gold.
For the 2011 World Cup Series Moe raced in the men's eight, taking a silver medal behind Germany in Munich and a bronze in Lucerne.
At the 2011 GB Rowing Team Senior Trials held on 16-17 April at Eton/Dorney, Moe took 5th place in the men's pair with James Foad.
At the 2010 World Rowing Championships on New Zealand's Lake Karapiro, Moe won a fine silver medal in the eight. This was an excellent step on for the crew, who were only six-tenths of a second behind the reigning world champions, Germany, as they crossed the line. The bronze medal went to Australia.
For the 2010 World Cup Series Moe raced in the men's eight, winning a gold medal in Bled, a bronze in Munich and taking another bronze in Lucerne which was a significant step up for the crew given the calibre of the field there.
Moe is a successful product of the GB Rowing Team's Start Programme, sponsored by Siemens. He was originally discovered in 2003 when he was tested at his school, the Hollyfield School in Surbiton. That year he won gold at the Great Britain Indoor Rowing Championships in the U15 category.
He was a 2006 World Junior Championship finalist in the men's pair, finishing 5th, and in that year won all the pairs' trials he entered. He also had the fastest 2km ergo test time of any junior trialist. He won gold at the 2006 Great Britain Indoor Rowing Championships, this time in the U18 category.
Moe competed in the Youth Olympic Festival in Australia in January 2007, where he won a gold in the men's four and two silvers, one in the men's pair and one in the men's eight. In his first U23 year, he won a bronze medal in the men's four at the World U23 Championships. He went on to race in the second men's four at the 2008 World Cup in Lucerne before taking 6th place in the four at the World U23 Championships that year.
At the 2009 GB Rowing Team Senior Trials Moe finished a creditable fourth with James Foad and gained a place in the senior men's eight for the first 2 World Cups, taking bronze in both Banyoles and Munich. He then represented GB in the pair at the World U23 Championships in Racice in July 09, where he finished 8th.
Moe is in his final year studying Sport Science at St Mary's University College, Twickenham. His interests include football, particularly Arsenal FC, basketball, film and music.
He is a practising Muslim and can speak a dialect of Arabic; he regularly visits his family in Morocco.
Moe is grateful to his former coach, Sue McNuff for her patience in teaching him everything he now knows about rowing.
Moe is Lottery Funded through UK Sport.