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Mixing these guideposts effectively ruled ...
Mixing these guideposts effectively ruled out objective standards and, as selection board member Michelle Gallen said, "without limiting [the selectors' committee's subjective choices] in any way."
At that point, Michelle Gallen, the chair of the Triathlon Australia Elite Selection Committee for the past several years and a Director of Triathlon Australia tendered her resignation.
By then, TA board member Antony Beven replaced Gallen and headed a selection process that would measure performances at San Diego and Madrid before the May 31 Olympic selection deadline.
Dr. Michelle ...
Dr. Michelle Gallen
has represented Australia in swimming, raced at elite level in Olympic Distance triathlon and finished Ironman as an age-grouper.
She has served as secretary and treasurer of ACT Rowing, Chair of the ACT Minister's Sport and Recreation Council, Chair of TA's Elite Selection Committee and on the Selection Appeals Board of Athletics Australia.
has legal qualifications including a PhD in sports law.
She has worked as a sporting events manager, sports law and policy consultant, senior advisor and policy manager for ASADA and is currently State Facilities Manager for Sport and Recreation Victoria.
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Sports lawyer Michelle Gallen, a former senior adviser at the Australian Sports Drug Agency, analyses the issues.
In the sporting world, a nasty 15th century phenomenon has resurfaced in the last few months.
is researching for a PhD in international law, examining the legal issues surrounding drugs in sport in a range of jurisdictions, with an end view to recommending a model law for anti-doping.She worked for several years as a senior advisor at the Australian Sports Drug Agency; is a selector for Triathlon Australia; was an elite swimmer with the Australian Institute of Sport and now races triathlons.
This article is a short version of a paper Ms Gallen
is preparing for submission to legal journals.
Dr Michelle Gallen - ...
Dr Michelle Gallen - Member6
Dr Michelle Gallen
has legal qualifications including a PhD in sports law, focusing on anti-doping.
She has previously worked as a senior advisor and policy manager for ASADA, along with roles in sporting event management, sporting facility development and sports law consulting.
has held positions on a variety of sports-related boards including state and national sporting organisations, selection committees, appeals panels and ministerial advisory bodies.
represented Australia as a swimmer, raced at elite level in Olympic distance triathlon and finished Ironman as an age-grouper.
Dr Michelle Gallen
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appointment with the ADRVP on 31 March 2014
Sport & Recreation ACT - Sport & Recreation Council
Michelle Gallen (Chair)Currently a Senior Advisor for the Australian Sports Drug Agency, Michelle has previously been involved with Olympic Football preparations for the ACT and as National Events Coordinator with Australian Swimming.Michelle
has achieved considerable success in both swimming and triathlon, making her
professional triathlon debut in 2002, and is currently completing a Doctor of Juridical Science at the University of Melbourne