Madison competed earlier at the Far Western Championship in Concord and broke the 100-meter backstroke Far Western record and a 10-year 200-meter backstroke Pacific Swimming record. She tied the High Point award with Chelsea Chenault of the Terrapins. At the Spring JO's short course she won the High Point award.
One of Madison's most memorable moments was when she was the lead off for the 200 Medley Relay at the Santa Clara International Meet, which claims to have the 800 best swimmers in the world, including one of Madison's favorites, Natalie Coughlin. At this meet, Madison broke the 100-yard girls 11-12 Pacific Swim backstroke long course record.
"When they announced my name, I was very excited that I had broken the record," said Madison.
Her coaches are Dan Cottan and Ethan Hall. She began her winning streak at the age of 6 when she won the backstroke events at the Contra Costa County Championship Meet.