Judy’s specialities were the 100 and 200 yard dashes and she has a trunk full of medals and trophies to prove her superiority in these events. When Judy and Marion (Cox) Briere competed as a team during the mid-fifties, they usually brought home the Ladies Championship Trophy. Judy won the sprints and Marion won the field events – overall team winners – without a relay team.
Judy was selected to attend the Olympic Training Plan held in Toronto on three occasions and recorded her career best time in the 100 yard dash of 11.2 seconds. In 1956 she competed at the Olympic Trials in Hamilton, Ontario.
Judy attended Acadia University which, unfortunately, did not have a female track team at the time. Her speed, however, helped her to become an outstanding member of the field hockey team.
After university, she married J.C. (Jim) Mosher and they had four children. After raising her family, Judy became a valuable member of the staff at Bruce Chev-Olds. She became involved with several volunteer activities and could often be found spending many enjoyable hours in her garden.
Judy was a great ambassador for the Middleton area as she communicated her love of the sport of track and field to all who competed with and against her.