Meg Stone is a two time Olympian competing in the discus for Great Britain. Meg competed for the University of Arizona and still holds the NCAA record outdoors in the discus (221ft 3 ins) In 1994 she took the position of Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Arizona working with all NCAA sports but especially Football. Meg was the first woman ever to hold such a position. In 1994 she moved to Texas Tech and held the same position. In 1996 she moved back into full time track and field as the Associate Head Coach at Appalachian State University. In 1999 she returned to her native Scotland to become the National Track and field Coach the first woman in Europe ever to do so. She has coach several Olympians in the jumps throws and sprints both in Great Britain and the USA. While working in the university system she coached many players in the NBA, NFL and MLB. Also, at collegiate level, while working with the track team several throwers such as Becky Levi and Carla Garrett gain medals in the World Weightlifting Championships. Carla later became a USA Weightlifting Hall of fame inductee. Meg has also worked extensively with road cyclist and the Paralympic groups through Carmichael Training Systems in Colorado Springs. Before moving to Johnson City she was the Coaching Manager for the United States Olympic Committee. During 2007 she along with her husband Mike and Dr Bill Sands published a book titled Principles and Practice of Resistance Training. Recently she was presented with the prestigious “Legends in the Field Award” by the College Strength Coaches Association the only woman to be so honored. The same month she was made a fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.