Christian Hunt joined the UNC Sports Medicine family as a staff member in Aug, 2018. His primary clinical responsibilities are with the men's soccer and men's tennis teams. He also serves as a clinical preceptor for the UNC graduate and undergraduate athletic training programs.
Hunt graduated from Brigham Young University in 2014, where he earned a B.S in Athletic Training. During his time as an undergraduate, he had the opportunity to complete a summer sports medicine internship at the Mid-Columbia Medical Center in Oregon.
After graduation, he worked for a year as the Head Athletic Trainer for the BYU club Ice Hockey team and was involved with the 2015 USATF Pan American Cross Country Championships in Barranquilla, Columbia as a medical staff member. Following this, Christian attained a M.A. in Exercise and Sports Science with a specialization in Athletic Training in 2017 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During his graduate studies, he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer working with the men's soccer and tennis programs, while also having the opportunity to travel to El Salvador with USATF for the NACAC Track and Field Championships in 2016.
After completing his graduate work, Hunt completed a one-year Athletic Training fellowship at the University of Michigan, where he had the primary medical responsibility for the women's rowing program. He also served as a clinical preceptor for athletic training students from Concordia and Adrian colleges.
He has been an NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) since 2014 and a Performance Exercise Specialist (PES) since 2016.
Hunt lives in Carrboro with his wife Jennifer and their daughter Grace.