Meghan (NAFC, USAT, and RRCA Certified) grew up as an active child competing in soccer, basketball, softball, tennis, and gymnastics. In high school, she was ranked #12 in the nation in doubles with her twin sister. She received a scholarship to play Division I college tennis at Davidson College. While at Davidson, she received All Conference honors four consecutive years and was on the TIAA-CREF Academic Team. Meghan went on to graduate school for elementary education and running became her new passion. Since then, Meghan has qualified for the Boston Marathon seven times with a personal best time of 2:58:25. Meghan wanted a new challenge, and she discovered a love for triathlon. In her second triathlon, she placed first overall. In her debut ironman, she qualified for the Hawaii Ironman World Championships and is now a three time qualifier for the Ironman World Championships. She had a standout season in 2015 where she won her age group at Chattanooga 70.3, finished top 10 at USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships, and won her age group at Ironman Louisville, while finishing fourth overall. In 2016 Meghan became the Duathlon Age Group National Champion and finished 2nd American and 7th AG in Kona at the Ironman World Championships. Meghan’s passion is helping people see their potential. She works her clients very hard with a bright smile and soft heart. Meghan, part of the Timex Multisport Team, seeks to inspire people to reach beyond their dreams.
4:46:18 Half Ironman
1:23:30 Half marathon