Megan Tapper

Career Highlights

  • Pan American Games: Lima 2019 - Bronze - 100mh

Biography

Event(s): 100mH
Nationality: Jamaica
DOB: 18/03/1994

Megan Tapper (née Simmonds; born 18 March 1994) is a Jamaican athlete competing in the sprint hurdles. She represented her country at the 2016 Summer Olympics reaching the semifinals. She also represented her country in the 2017 World Athletics Championships in London where she made it to the semi-finals. In 2018, she competed at the Commonwealth games finishing 7th in the final. In 2019, she was a member of the Jamaican shuttle hurdles relay in Yokahama, Japan as well as the team in Doha, Qatar at the world championships where she made the final in the 100m hurdles.

Her personal best in the 100 metres hurdles is 12.61 seconds set in Doha in 2019.

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