CSIO Hires New Sport Physiologist (Cycling)

Monday, April 21, 2014

CSIO is pleased to announce the hiring of Mike Patton as a Sport Physiologist working with Cycling Canada. Mike will work with the National Team cyclists at the new Velodrome in Milton beginning this Fall. Mike can be reached via email at mpatton@csiontario.ca.

Mike Patton Bio:
Mike works with coaches to understand the training process that leads to optimal athlete development and ultimately, performance. He has been working with elite and recreational athletes for almost 15 years. Throughout his Undergraduate and Master’s degrees in exercise physiology, as well as working in the Human Performance Lab at the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary, Mike gained a broad view of the human body’s response to training. His keen interest in cycling, both as a competitor himself and as an academic subject led him to his current role with Cycling Canada as a Sport Physiologist. He is thrilled to be continuing his role with Cycling Canada as a member of the team at Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.

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