Meghan grew up chasing a soccer ball before she gave up the sport for running to keep her active in college. Her love for running grew when she learned to embrace swimming and cycling, as she acquired injuries that cropped up after completing her first marathon in 2009. Since then, she has enjoyed the sport of triathlon, having completed over thirty triathlons that include everything from short course to ultra distances. She has qualified for and raced Ironman 70.3 World Championships every year since 2012 (except in 2015), and her most notable amateur wins occurred at Ironman Muncie 70.3 (2015) and Ironman Coeur d’Alene 70.3 (2017). She placed second amateur woman at 2017 Ironman St. George 70.3 to then past (now current) professional, Desiree Berry.
F2C products have allowed Meghan to train and race at a more competitive level, given that she rarely struggles with stomach upset that used to plague her during highly intense efforts. She uses Pharmagreens daily for its health benefits, Glycodurance for all training and racing endeavors, and Rehab 3:1 for recovery.
This year, Meghan hopes to capitalize on her attention to racing long course triathlon for the past four years and focus primarily on ultra distance triathlon for the 2018 season. Having completed Ironmans Coeur d’Alene and Canada in 2013 and 2014, respectively, she plans to return to Whistler for Ironman Canada in July and Ironman Louisville in October.