"Seeing Meg grow through the sport over the past decade has been a real pleasure. From her positive attitude on camps, the enjoyment she got from earning her first selection to a GBR team back in 2012 Meg always excelled in giving her best. More recently it has been great to see how proactive she has been to develop herself as a coach and how engaging she has been coming back into the national programme with this different responsibility. Meg has shown many great qualities to be a trusted and hugely valuable coach to others, regardless of ability or experience. "

 Rick Velati-England Talent Head Coach

Megan has been key to developing a consistency in my training, which has not only improved my FTP but also helped me achieve PBs in both 5km and 10km distances.

When we first met, Megan and I worked out my goals for the season and she focussed on the steps required to get there. We catch up once a week if not more. She listens to how I am feeling and has created a programme that works around me and my other responsibilities (I’m a full time working mum with a 4 and 8 year old) so that the plans really are tailored to me. With Megan’s support I have gained confidence in my abilities and managed to get through some tough training sessions and hard training weeks that I previously wouldn’t have thought possible.

Due to the Coronovirus pandemic, never has her intuitive and tailored approach been more important. Megan has made sure that I have goals to focus on to keep me motivated even though my races have all been cancelled, and worked around my hectic schedule of working from home and homeschooling 2 kids."

Helen Nyul / Athlete

I first met Megan on a North West Academy training camp in Loughborough, when we were both in an active coaching role. I was really impressed with her enthusiasm, professionalism and positive attitude toward the athletes and her fellow coaches. She is clearly passionate about triathlon and this shone through in each and every session, whether pointing out things for athletes to be aware of, demonstrating good technique/skill herself or in her willingness to debate on best practices. We all had some great conversations about coaching and as an experienced triathlon coach myself it was obvious that any athlete lucky enough to work with her would benefit from her honest, approachable style and healthy commitment to improving performance. If you're looking for a good triathlon coach and especially if you're local to Meg, get in touch with her soon..."

Rodger / Racepace Triathlon Coaching