Hundvin played 73 matches for Norway's national handball team in addition to playing for professional clubs. She was part of national teams that won the World Women's Handball Championship in 1999, the European Women's Handball Championship in 1998 and Olympic bronze in 2000 Hundvin scored the game-winner as Norway beat South Korea, 22-21.
She became pregnant by partner Terje Haakonsen in 2003, which interrupted her playing for the Danish team Aalborg. In addition to her handball career, Hundvin has been training to be a photographer and works for Danish television.
A episode of the Danish sit-com Langt fra Las Vegas was called Mia Hundvin.
In 2000 she entered a registered partnership with Danish handball player Camilla Andersen, but divorced her three years later.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag.
Hundvin has been named by one publication as Norway's sexiest woman.
- ↑ “Denmark come back for handball gold”, BBC, 1 October, 2000, <http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/olympics2000/other_sports/951045.stm>. Retrieved on 2007-11-22
- ↑ “Mia set to be a mamma”, Aftenposten, September 30, 2003, <http://www.aftenposten.no/english/sports/article636633.ece>. Retrieved on 2007-11-22
- ↑ Outsports Out Athletes