Megan O'Neill chats with us about her relay team, the Frostbite Invitational and more. (Megan Woodward / Carroll County Times)
How has the season been going for you guys so far this year?
"It's been going great so far. We've had one canceled meet so we're trying to fit in all of our events. We're hoping tomorrow's meet is still on so we can run the remainder of events we have for the season."
How have you and your relay teammates been transitioning last year's success over to this season?
"That was really great and it's kind of inspiring to us to carry it on but we're just trying to focus individually too so we can improve our individual times so when we get to a relay, it's all put together and hopefully improved from last year."
How would you compare this year's results from the Frostbite Invitational from last year's, both personally and for the team?
"I was pretty happy with my 800 this year at Frostbite just to start off the season with a pretty good time. Last year, I did probably around the same and I can definitely improve more off of my times."
What is the most challenging thing about staying active and sharp, especially in the winter?
"It's been hard going outside and running against the weather and trying to hit your times and kind of knowing the weather has some impact on other things like injuries. Some pain could impact how your times are outside as compared to when you're running inside in a race."
What country would you most like to visit and why?