Andrew McNee

Andrew McNee is a two-time Olympian, who competed in short track speed skating at the 1998 and 2002 Olympic Winter Games. His best result was in Salt Lake City, where he finished 6th in the 5000m men’s relay. He also recorded a 28th place in the 500m men’s event.

McNee established himself as a ‘one to watch’ after being selected to compete at the Lillehammer Games, however an unfortunate run with glandular fever prevented him competing.

Olympic Results

2002 Salt Lake City

5000m Relay - Men
Semi Final BRADBURY, S; McEWAN, A; McNEE, A; LEE, S 7:19.177 QB 3
B Final McEWAN, A; LEE, S; BRADBURY, S; McNEE, A 7:45.271 2
Final Placing 6 / 8
500m - Men
Heats 44.289 4
Final Placing 28 / 32

1998 Nagano

5000m Relay - Men
Semi Final BRADBURY, S; GOERLITZ, R; HANSEN, K; NIZIELSKI, R 7:11.691 QB 3
B Final BRADBURY, S; GOERLITZ, R; HANSEN, K; NIZIELSKI, R 7:15.907 4
Final Placing 8 / 8