Sport: Para Cycling
Current Residence: Seattle, Wash.
College: University of Montana
- 2012 Paralympic Games, gold (individual time trial), silver (individual pursuit)
- 2015: UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, 2nd (3k pursuit) 4th (time trial);
- 2013: UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, 1st (road race, time trial); UCI Para-cycling World Cup - Matane, 3rd (road race, time trial); USA Cycling Amateur & Para Road Nationals, 1st (criterium, road race, time trial)
- 2012: USA Cycling Juniors U23 Elite Road Nationals, 1st (criterium, time trial)
- 2011: UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, 2nd (time trial), 3rd (road race); UCI Para-cycling World Cup - Cantimpalos, 3rd (road race, time trial); USA Cycling Elite Track Nationals, 1st (time trial)
- 2010: UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, 1st (road race, time trial); Defi Sportif, 1st (C1-5 time trial); Member of USA Paratriathlon National Team; USA Cycling Paralympic Road Nationals, 2nd (road race); Captured the TRI-5 title at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championship in Budapest; Winner at the USA Paratriathlon National Championship in the TRI-5 category; Winner at the ITU London World Championship Series in TRI-5
- 2009: World champion in the TRI-5 category at the ITU World Paratriathlon Championship; Winner of the XTERRA World and National titles in the female challenged athlete category
- 2008: Winner of the XTERRA World and National titles in the female challenged athlete category
Megan Fisher didn’t slow down for long after winning one gold and one silver medal in para-cycling at the London 2012 Paralympic Games. In September of 2013, she became a world champion in two separate sports. At the 2013 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships in Baie-Comeau, Canada, Fisher claimed both the road race and time trial titles, and just 11 days later, she raced to victory at the International Triathlon Union Paratriathlon World Championships in London. Her outstanding cycling fitness was evident, as she recorded the fastest bike split of all TRI-5 competitors by more than three minutes.
A natural athlete, Fisher played able-bodied tennis as a freshman the University of Montana and lettered in tennis, basketball and softball in high school. She lost her foot in a car accident in 2002 shortly after finishing her freshman year at UM.
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