- 2nd - 2012 FINA World League Super Finals (Changshu, China)
- 1st - 2012 Olympic Test Event (London, United Kingdom)
- 1st - 2012 International Series v Great Britain (Canberra, Australia)
- 1st - 2012 International Series v USA (Sydney, Australia)
- 5th - 2011 World Championships (Shanghai, China)
- Winning silver at the 2010 World Cup in Christchurch, NZ.
- Winning silver at 2010 World League Super Finals in San Diego, USA.
- Competing at the 2009 World Championships in Rome, Italy.
- Growing up in the northern New South Wales town of Murwillumbah, Jane Moran was in the water before she could walk, starting swimming at 10 months before starting nippers when she was 4. She took up a host of sports at school making state championships in cross country, hockey, surf life saving, triathlon, kayaking and national championships in swimming.
- Beginning water polo when she was 12, she made her debut for the national team in the U/17's before going on to make the U/20's in 2004 and 2005.
- Moran received the Australian Institute of Sport Vocation Award in 2010 for her role in the Aussie Stingers' silver medal perfomances at the World League Super Finals and the World Cup whilst managing her fifth year as a Civil Engineer at Aurecon.
- Having just missed out on the Beijing Olympic Team, Moran will now make her first Olympic Games in London in the pool that Moran and the Stingers won the Olympic test event at in early 2012. She scored in three of the four opening games at the 2012 World League Super finals in the last major tournament prior to the Games.
- She had to get the tendons in her right hand repaired when she was 18. Jane was helping her dad with some household rennovations when the circular saw slipped and severed her tendons. She was back playing in the pool within 5 months. Moran was selected as a member of seven time surfing world champion Layne Beachley's Aim For The Stars London 2012 Squad that supports Australian women hoping to achieve their dreams in sport.
Years on national team
Greg McFadden (2006 - current)
Primary Training Base
Secondary Training Base
Brisbane Barracudas (QLD, Australia)
Institute/AcademyQLD Academy of Sport, Brisbane
Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra
Mount Saint Patrick's Primary School (NSW, Australia)
Stuartholme School (QLD, Australia)
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) - University of Queensland (2003 - 2006)