Ryan Bailie
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Born: 15 July 1990
Birth Place: Johannesburg, South Africa
Resides: Wollongong, Australia
Height: 1.76m
Turned Pro: 2011

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Ryan Bailie

Ryan Bailie is an Australian professional Triathlete competing at the sport’s highest level. Since turning professional in 2011, Bailie has competed in the ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup, the ITU Triathlon European Cup, the ITU Triathlon World Cup, and has been selected for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

In the ITU World Triathlon Series in 2013, the boy from Bunbury in Western Australia obtained 3 top-10 finishes. Bailie ended 2013 with an ITU ranking of 17 in the world.

In 2014, Ryan was selected to represent Australia at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, winning bronze in the Mixed Relay Triathlon and finishing 5th in the Men’s Triathlon.

Career Highlights

2014:

  • Bronze – Commonwealth Games, Mixed Relay Triathlon – Glasgow, Scotland
  • 5th – Commonwealth Games, Men’s Triathlon – Glasgow, Scotland
  • 7th – ITU World Triathlon, London
  • 5th – ITU World Triathlon, Auckland

 

2013:

  • 9th – ITU World Triathlon, Kitzbuehel
  • 8th – ITU World Triathlon, Auckland
  • 5th – OTU Triathlon Oceania Championships, Wellington
  • 2nd – OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Championships, Devonport,

 

2012:

  • 10th – U/23 World Triathlon Grand Final, Auckland
  • 7th – OTU Triathlon Oceania Championships, Devonport
  • 7th – OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Cup, Kinloch

 

2011:

  • 4th – ITU Triathlon World Cup, Huatulco
  • 2nd – ITU Triathlon European Cup, Karlovy Vary
  • 3rd – ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup, Santiago
  • 3rd – ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup, Vina del Mar
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