Mia Preece is a lecturer in sport science and therapy with the School of Human Sciences.
Mia Preece is a lecturer in sport science and therapy and holds a Sports Therapy BSc (Hons), London Metropolitan University; and a PGCHE, London Metropolitan University (pending).
After attaining a first class BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy, Mia gained experience treating a wide range of athletes, including professional cyclists, track-side and in a sports clinic setting, before becoming a lecturer at London Met. She continues to treat cyclists, runners and tri-athletes at a cycle performance centre alongside her lecturing role.
Since 2011, Mia has been involved in junior ice hockey as team manager, and is also a Level 1 ice hockey coach. She has worked with players teaching the power skating technique and also with a special needs ice hockey team, teaching skating skills.
Mia has a life-long interest in watching and participating in sport, and enjoys figure skating (NISA level 6), ice hockey training, road and track cycling, skiing, design, and music.