At the National finals that year, she made history again by becoming the first woman to complete the jumping spider and the halfpipe attack on Stage 1.Meagan has continued to compete on ANW every year since, and she has continued to make history in the sport, a couple of highlights being; making the national finals every year and hitting three consecutive qualifying buzzers!
I hope that my involvement in climbing will help the sport grow, because it's such an amazing sport that more people should enjoy."Meagan was coach at ABC Kids Climbing Gym in Boulder, Colorado from November of 2013 to July of 2018. I think what Robyn and Didier have done with their program is great, and I enjoy getting the chance to work with the future generation on a weekly basis.
When she returned to Vanderbilt in the fall, Meagan made a point to climb at least once a week throughout the school year.
"I would choose one day a week to climb for a few hours after track practice.
Gymnastics gave me the body awareness, speed, strength, and acrobatic skills I needed to be a good Pole Vaulter.
I think that climbing kept me strong after quitting gymnastics, so there was an added strength that I was able to apply to Pole Vaulting."At the end of her Junior year of college, Meagan realized that she wanted to pursue climbing competitively again as well as make it her career following college graduation.