Teague Czislowki BA LLB  formerly an Australian lawyer with post graduate finance qualifications.  He is a former World Champion sailor, previously ranked number 1 in the World in the Olympic High Performance 49er class and successful applicant at the Tribunal Arbitral du Sport after winning the Olympic Selection trials for Australia for the 2000 Olympics.  He is a recreational cyclist having previously raced for a European cycling team devoted to sustainable sport and has several top finishes in age based amateur Cycling World Championships.  He is the author and founder of the Clean Protocol and has a passion for true and clean sport for all.

 Head of Science

Dr Michael Puchowicz MD is a board certified sports medicine physician currently practicing in Arizona. Dr Puchowicz serves as the primary Team Physician for Division I Cross-Country and Track and Field at Arizona State University as well as Head Team Physician for the Intercollegiate Club Sports program. He is an adjunct professor of pediatrics at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Scottsdale  Arizona and is the director of the sports medicine resident rotation at Arizona State University. He is a medical science consultant for the anti-doping program Por Un Ciclismo Etico in Colombia. Dr Puchowicz completed his undergraduate degree in neuroscience at Colgate University. He went on to Vanderbilt University School of Medicine followed and completed a residency in pediatrics at the University of Arizona. Dr Puchowicz completed his fellowship in sports medicine at Cincinnati Children’s which include coverage of Division 1 sports at the University of Cincinnati and Miami University in Ohio. His research interests include mathematical modelling of sports performance and the neuro-biomechanic mechanisms of overuse injury. Currently, his competitive focus is on ultra-endurance mountain bike events. He is USA cycling category 1 on the mountain bike and category 3 on the road.


We would like to acknowledge the contribution of several others who have been active in the formation and continuing support of Clean Protocol.  Unfortunately the employment arrangements of some of those people prevent them from being able to have a public association with the actions of a clean sport movement such as Clean Protocol.