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.
|Sarah Cutler: Sarah works as an educator and Chaperone for Drug Free Sport NZ in the Otago and Southland regions. Sarah is currently completing her Bachelor of teaching and DipGrad in Physical Education at the University of Otago.|
|Andrew McGowan: Andrew is a Testing Programme Manager at Drug Feree Sport NZ and Andrew manages DFSNZ contract staff in New Zealand which includes training, auditing, recruitment and organising conferences. He is currently developing and implementing a new doping control form app – Paperless.
Andrew has previously worked as a chemist and in organic chemistry and the food industry. He has represented New Zealand in both rowing and basketball, and was part of a four man team to row across the Tasman, from Sydney to Auckland in 2011.
|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.|
|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.|