Becoming My Best Self – My Journey to the Olympic Games

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Date: 3 November 2021
Time: 19:00 - 20:00
Location: Online - Zoom
Admission: Public £8 | MEAA Friends & Students £5

Megan Fletcher – Olympic athlete 2020

Megan started judo at the age of five and became a first dan black belt at the age of fifteen. She represented Ireland in the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 this year.

In this talk, Megan will share her journey with Judo – from a little girl to an Olympic athlete. In the East, martial art practices are recognised as a form of art that not only trains one’s body but also one’s mind. Megan will share how she has dealt with setbacks and supported herself throughout training, and how we can tap into martial art philosophy and apply it to our everyday life.

Photo by Fighting Films


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Megan Fletcher – Olympic athlete 2020

Megan started judo at the age of five and became a first dan black belt at the age of fifteen. She represented Ireland in the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 this year.

In this talk, Megan will share her journey with Judo – from a little girl to an Olympic athlete. In the East, martial art practices are recognised as a form of art that not only trains one’s body but also one’s mind. Megan will share how she has dealt with setbacks and supported herself throughout training, and how we can tap into martial art philosophy and apply it to our everyday life.

Photo by Fighting Films

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