Drug Free Sport NZ's anti-doping educators

Sian Clancy [BSpC, PGDipEd, MEd]
Sian is Drug Free Sport NZ's Education Manager. She graduated from the University of Canterbury with a Masters of Education (MEd) in 2012 after receiving a Post graduate diploma in Education (PGDipEd) and a Bachelor of Sport Coaching (BSpC).
Sian has experience both internationally and nationally as an athlete and coach in netball, gymnastics and figure skating.
She now competes in road cycling events throughout NZ and looks forward to using sporting and academic experience in delivering the anti-doping education programme. She is passionate about seeing the spirit of sport shine both internationally and domestically through participation in clean sport. 
  Andrew Sylvester:  Andrew operates a consultancy business called Intellisport Limited. Andrew graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Sport from Unitec.  He  was previously the Education Manager for Drug Free Sport NZ.  He has extensive experience and knowledge in the anti-doping area and has presented many anti-doping seminars over the past six years. Andrew competes in triathlons and various cycling events and has represented NZ at age group level.
Craig Kirkwood: Craig works as an Educator and as a doping control officer in the BOP abd Waikato regions. Craig graduated from the University of Oklahoma, USA with a Bachelor of Sport Science in 1999 and has 15+ years’ experience in sports administration & management. Craig has also represented New Zealand numerous times in athletics, including the marathon at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Craig now competes and coaches endurance sport. 
Frances Tilly: I grew up in an active house and competed in Netball, Sailing and Soccer early on, before adding rowing, waterpolo and basketball to the mix. At university I continued to play basketball for the varsity club and picked up Olympic handball. Both of which I have played to the highest domestic level; with Otago and Nelson for Basketball and Canterbury for Handball and have been lucky enough to represent NZ for Handball over this time. Since focusing on coaching I have been involved in the NZ U16 girls sides, NZU14s and was fortunate to be included as Apprentice Coach with the Tall Ferns last year on their successful Asian tour. Read More
Ged Robinson: Played rep cricket up to u19's provincial age grade after this rugby became my focus and played Super Rugby for 4 different Super teams from 2009-2016.
What’s your favourite sporting memory or proudest moment?
Favourite memory was playing British and Irish Lions for the Melbourne Rebels in 2013. Proudest moment was debuting for the Hurricanes in 2009. Read More
Kate McIlroy:  
  Karen MacAskill:
Karma McGowan: Karma is a sports enthusiast who has competed in a range of individual and team events.  She holds a Bachelors degree in Sport (Coaching) and a Graduate Diploma in Psychology.  A fitness industry professional for 15 years, she runs a successful personal training business and also instructs group fitness sessions, specialising in cycle classes. Karma has a particular interest in developing, implementing and facilitating education programmes and has experience delivering corporate wellness packages, training emergency services applicants and organising coaching and sporting events for people with intellectual disabilities.
  Leanne Mason:
Nikki Hamblin: 800m, 1500m, 5000m runner for New Zealand.  Double silver medallist at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2016 Olympics.
What’s your favourite sporting memory or proudest moment?
Coming into the home straight in 7th place in the 800m final at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and running all to way through the line to pick up a silver medal. Read More
  Tracey Ward:
Jodi Brown: Elite netball player, played at National level for 18 years and international level for 13 years. Played for many regions around NZ and for the Silver Ferns – attended 2 World Champs and 1 Commonwealth Games, played 61 tests for the Silver Ferns
What’s your favourite sporting memory or proudest moment?
Winning World Champs in 2003, in Jamaica. It was my first time in the team, I learnt lots and it really lay the platform for my Silver Ferns career. Read More
  Tracey Lambrechs: I have played a variety of sports growing up. Represented North Harbour in Rugby, Netball and represented New Zealand in Athletics and Olympic Weightlifting. At the age of 20 I decided to focus only on weightlifting, since then I have been to multiple Oceania and Commonwealth Championships, a World Cup, 2 World Championships, 3 Commonwealth Games and 1 Olympics.
I’ve won a variety of medals over the years at Oceania and Commonwealth Championships, a Bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth games and placed 13th at the Rio Olympics.
I recently retired after the 2018 Commonwealth games to pursue a career and sleep a little more!
What’s your favourite sporting memory or proudest moment?
Medalling at the 2014 Commonwealth games and being selected for the Olympics. Read More
Katie Duncan: Katie has played for New Zealand's Football Ferns at four World Cups and three Olympic Games. With a Bachelor of Physical Education Degree from the University of Auckland and a NZ Football C Licence coaching badge, she has held full-time and part-time teaching and coaching positions while balancing her playing commitments. Katie has also started her own business called Athlinkz which aims to facilitate better connections between Kiwi athletes and individuals, teams and organisations looking to tap into their skills and expertise. She is passionate about sports and providing opportunities for others to grow. 
  Aidan Kaho: