Career Highlights

  • First American athlete to ever pioneer a path to the Winter Olympic Games without financial or material support from the national team
  • 2010, 2014 & 2018 Olympian
  • Member of the World Championship team: ’09, ’11, ’15, ’17
  • 2017 National Giant Slalom Champion
  • National Combine Champion ’10, ’15
  • NorAm Overall Champion 2006, 2013, 2016
  • NorAm Overall Giant Slalom Champion ’06, ’07, ’08, ’12, ’16
  • NorAm Overall Super-G Champion 2006
  • NorAm Overall Super Combine Champion ’16
  • 97 World Cup Starts, first world cup being November 25, 2006 Aspen, CO (USA), Giant Slalom
  • Best World Cup Finish: 14th, October 25, 2008, Soelden, AUT, Giant Slalom
  • Member of the World Junior Championship Team ’05, ’06, ’07
  • 1st place 2019 International Freeride World Qualifier – Jay Peak
  • 2nd place 2021 International Freeride World Qualifier – Snowbird

2 responses to “Career Highlights”

  1. Hi Megan,

    I’m about 19 years old and have been skiing for about 17 years and am really big into racing and I have sort of a stupid question. What does someone have to do training wise and preparation wise to maybe tryout for the ski team, if that is even possible?

    1. The U.S. Ski Team make selections by FIS points. The best way to go about getting looked at is to train hard with a local ski club and start racing FIS races to create a point profile. If things go well you might even be able to start doing some North American Cup races which is a good way to get better FIS points. Good luck, Megan!

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