Andy Miah is co-author of ‘The Olympics’ and has written extensively on the Olympics and digital media He has reported from 9 Olympic Games and has given invited lectures in over 40 countries, including the Australian Sports Commission, the Royal Institution of Great Britain, the World Anti-Doping Agency, and the International Olympic Academy. In 2009, he was a Supervising Professor at the International Olympic Academy. In 2014, he was appointed to the IOC Young Reporters programme as its social media mentor.
Andy Miah has been investigating the cultural, political and media structures of the Olympic Movement since 2000, most recently examining the role of the Olympic Truce in international peace processes and, for the last 12 years, the role of the non-accredited media at the Olympic Games.
He has written for a wide range of national broadsheets and magazines, including The Washington Post, The Observer (London), The Huffington Post, The Times (London), Project Syndicate, Science and Public Affairs. He is also regularly interviewed by newspapers, radio and television and has appeared on BBC Newsnight, SkyOne, CBC The National, ABC The 7:30, among others