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Megan Jastrab is a remarkable American professional racing cyclist with an impressive career, particularly noted for her achievements in both road and track cycling. Born on January 29, 2002, in Apple Valley, California, Megan has shown her prowess in cycling from a young age. Her journey into the world of cycling began with family bike rides, which evolved into a passion for racing, largely inspired by her father and brother​.

Megan's career took a significant leap when she joined professional cycling teams. She was part of Rally Cycling from 2019 to 2020, and currently, she competes for Team DSM, which is a UCI Women's WorldTeam. In 2023 she helped team DSM secure positioning in the Tour de France Femmes. Her tenure with these teams has been marked by several notable performances​.

Her most significant achievements include winning the women's junior road race at the 2019 UCI Road World Championships held in Yorkshire, England. This victory was a clear testament to her abilities and potential in the cycling world. Moreover, Megan's talent shone brightly on the track as well. She has secured three World Championships as a junior and has been crowned a National Champion an impressive 29 times. Her success isn't limited to national and world championships; Megan also made her mark at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by winning a bronze medal in the Team Pursuit event​.

Megan Jastrab's journey from family bike rides to standing on the Olympic podium exemplifies her dedication, talent, and the support system that has propelled her to the heights of professional cycling. Her achievements serve as an inspiration to many young cyclists worldwide.