Dr Cath Spencer-Smith qualified in 1995 from St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, and went on to gain her Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Bath University.
She developed an MSc Programme in Exercise Rehabilitation at Bangor University, and has been a lecturer at Bangor and Bath Universities, as well as teaching UCL sports doctors in training.
She continues to work with Olympians and Paralympians and has been a sports doctor at several Olympic and Commonwealth Games. She's worked extensively with GB rowing, track and field sports, elite golfers, marathoners, triathletes and adventure sports. She's also worked with the British Military treating tri-services men and women, as well as professional dancers and performers.
Cath loves to teach and she's presented in several prime-time TV productions. She considers herself to be a “mere mortal” marathoner and Ironman triathlete and loves talking about all things running and cycling with her patients.