Heather Logan-Sprenger

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Heather Logan Sprenger
Personal information
Born (1982-05-14) 14 May 1982 (age 37)
Canada
Team information
DisciplineRoad cycling
Professional team(s)
2009-2013Forno d'’Asolo Colavita

Heather Logan-Sprenger (born 14 May 1982) is a professional road cyclist from Canada. She represented her nation at the 2009 UCI Road World Championships and the 2011and 2012 Pan American Road and Track Championship.[1] She competed in the US National Racing Calendar and the UCI's Women's World Tour race series.

Before transitioning to cycling in 2009, she (formerly Heather Logan) was the captain of the 2004 Under-22 (U22) Canadian National Women's Hockey team. She was the tournament MVP and leading scorer at the 2004 Air Canada Cup (Jr. World Championships) in Bad Tolz, Germany. As well, Heather was a member of Hockey Canada for six years (2002-2008) and played in the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) for 10 seasons (2001-2011). She is an accomplished dual-sport national team athlete in both winter and summer sports.

Career[edit]

Heather obtained her doctoral degree (PhD) in Human Health & Nutritional Sciences with a focus on skeletal muscle metabolism from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada in 2011. She is an active researcher publishing in the field of sport physiology, metabolism, and performance.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heather Logan-Sprenger". procyclingstats.com. Retrieved 1 March 2019.