Megan Borland began gymnastics at just 18 months in recreational classes. Megan loved the sport right away and once she was older, quickly progressed and began competing in December 2010 as a level 4 with Dana Mannix Gymnastics Center. During the 2011-2012 season, Megan competed level 5 with DeVeau's Gymnastics and won the floor title and finished second all around at the National Judges Cup. Megan competed her last year of compulsories as a level 6 during the 2012-2013 season.
Following her level 6 season, Megan and her family moved to Arizona and Megan began training at Arizona Sunrays. At her first meet with Sunrays and her first level 7 competition, Megan won the beam title and finished third all around. Megan had a fantastic level 7 season and went on to win the vault, floor, and all around titles at the Arizona State Championships. From state, Megan moved on to the Region 1 Championships where she earned the bronze medal on floor and fifth all around.
As a level 8 in 2015, Megan began her season at the Flames Invitational. Here, Megan finished second on floor, third on vault, and fourth all around. Two months later at the Arizona State Championships, Megan won the vault title and took home the silver medal on beam as well as qualified to the Region 1 Championships. Megan had another successful competition at regionals and went home with a silver medal in the all around and bronze medals on vault and bars.
In 2016, Megan competed level 9 and opened up her season at the Tampa Bay Turners Invitational where she won the vault title and placed third on bars. Megan had a successful season as a level 9 and placed second on vault with bronze medals on bars, floor, and in the all around at the Arizona State Championships. At the Region 1 Championships, Megan placed third on vault and sixth all around, qualifying to the Western Championships. Megan concluded her season at Westerns finishing in the top 10 on vault and beam.
Megan began her level 10 career in January 2017. Throughout the season, Megan progressed and finished fifth on vault at state. Megan finished her season at the Region 1 Championships where she had a solid competition.
In 2018, Megan began competing all four events at the Classic Rock Invitational in February where she earned the silver medal on vault and bronze in the all around. At the Arizona State Championships, Megan came home with bronze medals on vault, bars, and in the all around. Megan had another solid meet at regionals, finishing fourth on bars and qualifying to the JO National Championships. Megan concluded her season at JO Nationals with her second best performance of the year.
Megan began her 2019 season at the Sweetheart Invitational where she came away with a win on bars and third place finish on floor.
Currently, Megan trains 24 hours per week under coaches Dan Witenstein, Pam Evans, Wendi, Bill Ryder and Brian Carey at Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics. Megan's goal for the 2019 season is to maintain good consistency and qualify to JO Nationals. In the future, Megan hopes to earn a college scholarship for gymnastics.