South Sound Magazine Gig Harbor Athlete Makes Paralympic Team By Karen Miller | September 1, 2016 A motorcycle accident eight years ago didn’t stop Gig Harbor’s Megan Blunk from following her Olympic dreams. Blunk, 26, is a member of the United States Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team competing in the 2016 Paralympics in Rio. The team’s first game … Continue reading Gig Harbor Athlete Makes Paralympic Team
Sunrise Medical- THEIR JOURNEY
MEGAN BLUNK WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL THEIR JOURNEY "My accident gave me a second chance at life, so I want everyone to know that you can fight it - and you can be happy. No matter what happens in life, don't ever let it hold you back." Born on the 12th September 1989 and raised in Gig … Continue reading Sunrise Medical- THEIR JOURNEY
…I just wanted to be a little more honest and share a little more about my life…
August 26, 2014 I am just making this short and sweet For as long as I can remember I have had pretty bad depression...that only seemed to get worse as more things continued to hurt me in my life I always struggled to believe in myself and thus had a hard time playing the sports … Continue reading …I just wanted to be a little more honest and share a little more about my life…
Crossfit Gig Harbor”She battles and defeats intense adversity in her life everyday”.
MEGAN BLUNK - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Megan Blunk is a Warrior. She battles and defeats intense adversity in her life everyday. She is a humble athlete who was born with a tenacious will that she cultivates into victory in both sport and in life. Megan is now a sophmore and plays point-guard for the University of … Continue reading Crossfit Gig Harbor”She battles and defeats intense adversity in her life everyday”.
My wheelchair is not what is holding me back
October 9th, 2012 Sometimes I get really confused. I think that maybe I am not doing enough. I wonder where I am going to be in the next five years. Am I holding back? I don't really go out that much. I don't talk on the phone that much. I don't really know what I … Continue reading My wheelchair is not what is holding me back