Meredith Miller knows what it takes to be a competitive athlete as she has excelled in sports, especially soccer and cycling. Meredith was an All-Big Ten soccer player at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before picking up cycling in 1998. Her passion for the sport really gained momentum after moving to Northern California where she began to realize the potential of a career in cycling. Unsure of how to train properly, Meredith became part of the Whole Athlete program to help her reach her goals.
After racing with the professional Talgo America Team in the US, Meredith raced professionally with the Danish-based Team SATS from 2003-2005. During those years she competed in such prestigious races as the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, Tour de l’Aude, Fleche Wallonne, Milan San Remo and others.
In 2006 Meredith returned to the American racing scene as a member of the successful TEAm Lipton, and continues to race in Europe as a member of the US National Team. In 2007 Meredith and TEAm Lipton continued to prove that they were a dominating force on US soil, winning prestigious races such as Nature Valley and Tour de ‘Toona for the second consecutive year. Meredith raced with the Aaron’s Women’s Pro Cycling Team for the 2008 season, and for 2009 she'll be flying the Tibco colors -- a team for which she will use her numerous years of racing experience and invaluable knowledge to lead the team to many anticipated successes.
Meredith currently lives in Fort Collins, CO, after relocating there from Auckland, New Zealand in Jan ‘07. Meredith holds a B.S. and M.A. in Exercise Science, integrating formal education with years of experience as an elite athlete. Her philosophy in helping individuals reach their potential is to balance hard work and recovery, while having fun along the way.
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