Megan Vaccaro got her start in gymnastics at the age of three after watching her older sister do gymnastics. Megan wanted to be like her older sister and was enrolled in gymnastics classes. Megan began competing in 2014 as a level 3 with PowerHouse Gymnastics. After competing two meets of level 3 during the spring 2014 season, Megan competed level 4 during the 2015 and 2016 seasons. In 2016, Megan made it to the Ohio State Championships where she won the vault and floor titles and took fourth all around.
As a level 4 during the 2017 season, Megan had a great season and went on to win the vault, floor, and all around titles at the Ohio State Championships. The following year, Megan began her optional career and began competing level 6. At her first level 6 meet, the Stars & Stripes Coed Invitational, Megan finished second on vault and floor, and third on beam and in the all around. Two months later, Megan competed at the Ohio State Championships where she won the vault title, took second on floor, third on beam, and fourth all around.
Following her 2018 level 6 season, Megan began training at Five-Star Gymnastics. Megan competed level 7 during the 2018-2019 season and began her season at the Ron Ganim Legends Invitational where she finished fifth on vault. Megan continued to improve throughout the season and went on to win the floor title and take fifth on vault at state. From state, Megan qualified to the Region 5 Championships where she brought home a gold medal on floor, fifth place finish on vault, and ninth place finish in the all around.
Competing level 8 during the 2020 season, Megan kicked off her season at the Coaches Spectacular where she took third on floor. Megan improved her all around score at each meet throughout the season and had her best meet of the season at the Arnold Gymnastics Challenge where she took second on floor and fifth all around. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Megan's season was cut short as the remainder of the season was canceled.
Currently, Megan trains 20 hours per week under coach Farrah Griffin at Five-Star Gymnastics. Megan's goal for her 2021 season is to qualify to the Region 5 Championships. In the future, Megan hopes to earn a division 1 scholarship for gymnastics.