Triathlon NSW Staff
Adam was recently appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Triathlon NSW in July, 2017.
Adam has a strong background in sports administration having previously worked as an Executive Director for Gymnastics Northern Territory and Business Development Manager of Touch Football Victoria. Adam holds a Bachelor of Mathematics / Finance and a Masters in Sports Management from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Chris joined Triathlon NSW from Cricket Victoria where he worked as a Regional Development Officer for 3 years.He is the main communication point for all NSW triathlon clubs and members. Chris will also distribute information and organise sport-related programs, club development opportunities and training for those who want to participate for fun and those who are interested in competition.
Chris is originally from Liverpool in the UK and has held numerous roles focused around increasing active participation rates in sport.
Dave is responsible for the sanctioning of every club and open event in NSW as well as the ongoing development of the Technical Official program. In his words "my goals are to assist event organisers to provide safe events, and to help technical officials to be the best that they can on the Field of Play and provide consistent interpretations of the Race Competition Rules, based on the environment of each situation and the context of each event".
In a previous life, Dave worked as an engineer, competed as an age grouper for 10 years, joined the technical program in 2005 and is now a National Technical Official.
Aaron joins Triathlon NSW after working the past 20 years in media, which has included serving as an editor to the Australian-New Zealand editions of both Cyclist Magazine and 220 Triathlon, as well as the Asia-Pacific managing editor of sport for Future Publishing when they owned the titles of Cyclingnews, BikeRadar and TriRadar.
Aaron was a member of Triathlon Australia’s communication advisory board and a commercial consultant for Cycling Australia, and he can still be found reporting on Olympic sports for both Eurosport and SBS.
Alana’s priorities are to increase the engagement of clubs with junior members, encourage and support junior events and increase triathlon exposure in schools. She joins Triathlon NSW from various roles in sport including NSWIS Performance Analysis, the Nike Run Club and the Penrith Panthers NRL.
Alana holds a Bachelor of Sport & Exercise Science/ Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and is a keen age group triathlete and Foundation Coach.