Dr Jamie Pringle is an applied sport scientist who has held various leadership roles within the British world-class sport sector, including Head of Science for British Athletics and Lead Physiologist for the English Institute of Sport (EIS). He worked across three Olympic cycles providing physiological support to several medal-winning athletes and national governing body programs, along with research and innovation, and professional development responsibilities. Most recently, Jamie was involved in the creation of the Boardman Performance Centre - a commercial sports science, sports engineering and sport medicine facility working with all levels of cycling performance - and now driving a similar venture with Vorteq Sports. Jamie joined the University of Birmingham in March 2022, taking on a role as Associate Professor in Applied Physiology and Leadership in Sport. He received his PhD from Manchester Metropolitan University, in Exercise Physiology, examining cardiorespiratory and muscle metabolism aspects of high intensity exercise. Through his time in industry, he maintained an active research and reviewing profile in collaboration with various universities, and most recently as a member of the UKRI REF2021 review panel (SP24). Jamie has 20 years of experience in advising cyclists and other endurance athletes and has coached riders to over 80 national titles and multiple British records.