Similar to other running origin stories, Meghan began running in her mid-twenties to save money. It doesn’t require an expensive gym membership. And all you need is a pair of running shoes. Meghan adds, “It’s a great way to not only keep fit, but to explore a (new) city or area.”
Starting off running every morning to simply stay in shape, Meghan has since run through the base of the Himalayas, across never-ending beach stretches, through European markets, and the jungles of India – discovering a side to most places that many tourists wouldn’t regularly see.
On top of that – In the last 2-3 years, Meghan has competed in the 125 km Canadian Death Race, made the podium at the 100 km Lost Soul Ultra, ran multiple legs of the 100 mile Sinister 7, came in as one of the top 100 women in the Berlin Marathon, completed the 50 km Black Spur Ultra, competed in the 50 km River’s Edge Ultra, and finished the 50 km Vegan Global Ultra. It’s an impressive list. Even more impressive? She’s also made the podium at several more local races, with some amounting distances of 25 km.