Meaghan Ridgway

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Hometown: Needham, Ma
Current Residence: Overland Park, KS
Occupation:  Graphic Designer/Running Coach/Asst. XC & Track Coach – Blue Valley North
High School: Charlotte Catholic High School
College: University of Kansas

Personal Bests:

USATF Club Cross Nationals (Masters)
6K – 59th – 24:52 – San Francisco, CA, 2015
USATF National Championship (Masters)
15K – 11th – 1:08:06 – Tulsa, OK 2016
400m – 1:09.8 (2017 KCCC)
1,500 m Outdoor – 5:28.58 (2016 Zach Kindler Wildcat Open)
1 Mile Indoor – 6:20 (2015 Bill Eason Classic)
1 Mile Outdoor – 5:51.92 (2018 KCCC)
5K –20:51 – (2014 Cliff Hanger)
5K  (trail) – 26:00:00 – (2013 Psychodelic 5k)
8K – 33:01 – (2015 Cliff Hanger)
10K – 41:32 – (2015 Great Plains 10k)
15K – 1:08:06 – (2016 USATF Master’s Nat. Champ. Tulsa)
½ Marathon – 1:32:29 – (2015 Lucky 13.1)
Marathon – 3:25:30 – (2017 Prairie Fire Marathon)
Duathlon – 1:33:10 (2016 KCCC)
Triathlon – 1:22:21 – (2011 Heritage Park/Bike Source)
Bio/Current Running Goals/Emphasis:
When I was younger I ran to keep competitive for soccer teams and other competitive sports. At 27, I tore 4 of the 5 ligaments in my left knee and had to hang up my cleats. I started to run as a way to get back into shape. As I started into the local races, and trained a little harder, I started to be more competitive. It wasn’t until I started to train for my first marathon that my times really started to drop. I look forward to continuing my training and strive to become more competitive at local and regional road races, including the USATF championships.