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Meghan Crabb - Stadium Stomp 2014

Meghan Crabb, a consultant in the Brisbane office, must surely be the fittest person at Keogh. We have netballers, power walkers, rowers, dancers and a couple of coodabeens in our midst but none who tackle such a variety of physical activities as Meghan. She runs, she works out at the gym, she boxes, she practises yoga, and she’s even tried her hand at aerial acrobatics.

Last weekend she added to the list: she was one of the multitude to tackle the Stadium Stomp in Sydney as a fundraiser for charity. The event involved climbing 6300 stairs up, down and around the grandstands of two stadiums, the Sydney Cricket Ground and nearby Allianz Stadium.

Meghan surprised herself, completing the challenge in about an hour, well inside the allocated time. Her “legs were on fire” afterwards but she loved getting involved.  She said the blind man who completed the same challenge, with the aid of a companion, was “inspirational”.

Meghan’s exertions raised funds for her nominated charity, Open Minds, a community organisation that provides a broad range of programs and support for those with mental health difficulties.