The Face of Women’s Sports?

I recently had the opportunity to contribute to an espnW roundtable discussing the topic of "who is the face of women's sports today?" Personally, it was an interesting exercise and I enjoyed seeing what some of the other contributors had to say on it. As I said in my short submission, I love that we can debate on selecting just …

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“And so here I am, with no regrets…”

This latest blog can also be found on espnW. -------------- Many Olympic dreams will come true this year, but not mine. I'm not allowed to talk publicly about the selection process until the team is officially named on June 22, but I know that I won't be on that final squad to London. My new target …

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The Journey Continues

Latest article for espnW: http://espn.go.com/espnw/athletes-life/7503070/rowing-rookie-meghan-oleary-makes-olympic-training-team ....It truly is about the journey, made up of the people you meet along the way, and the moments that dare to break you but only make you stronger. It's about the laughter and tears you share with new friends, and the days when you realize you can get more …

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Back to it…

I know, I know....it's been a while since I've posted something new. Training full-time at the National Team Training Center while still balancing the J-O-B has been quite the task, but I'm loving it, working hard and seeing continued improvement. My back is finally back to (nearly) 100%, though I've quickly learned that  backs truly are …

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