Maddy Price ’14 to be inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame
International track and field star Maddy Price will be inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 22 at the San Mateo County History Museum in Redwood City.
Price, a Menlo School 2014 graduate and Duke All-American and is a record-holder at both schools. She competed in 2021 at the Tokyo Olympics for Team Canada with the 4x400 relay, and was among 57 track and field athletes earning the right to compete for Canada.
Price, whose parents are Canadian, started as a professional track athlete in 2019, competing in the IAAF World Relays in Japan, World University Games in Italy, and the IAAF World Championships in Qatar.
Price will be inducted along with David Bakhtiari (Serra football), Nicole Quigley-Borg (Capuchino, CSM softball coach), Horace Hinshaw (Pacifica sports journalist), Mike Lewis (College of San Mateo track and field coach), Eddie Mack (San Mateo, CSM track)
Price will not be able to make the ceremony as she is training back East with hopes of qualifying for the upcoming World Championships, but is sending a video
A two-time Central Coast Section champion in the 200 and 400 at Menlo, and a six-time All-American at Duke, Price competed in basketball, cross country for the Knights as well. She still holds the league-best marks in the 400 meters and the 300m hurdles.