Ryan Bailie is an Australian representative Triathlete with a commonwealth games bronze medal, who could loosely be defined as a sporting masochist. He trains every day. Most days consist of swimming several kilometres before breakfast; after breakfast he runs 20-30 kms; then, towards the end of the training day, he cycles over one hundred kilometres! Then add in gym sessions, physio and massage sessions! Why? Because that’s what it takes to be World class in the sport of Triathlon.
Your FAN+ Experience includes:
- A (1) one hour appearance, keynote or Q&A at your next function or event.
- One signed piece of merchandise that can be raffled or use as a lucky door prize at your event.
- Autograph and photo opportunities at the event
- FAN+ merchandise pack signed by Ryan
Purchasing this experience also puts you in the draw for the FAN+ ultimate sporting experience raffle draw.
Terms & Conditions
Experience cannot be resold. Unless agreed in writing from FAN+.
Travel and accommodation are not included, unless specified in the experience description.
This experience can be utilised for any other capital city in Australia, but all travel costs (flights, accommodation, meals, transport) are to be paid by the purchaser of this experience in addition to the experience fee.
An identification check may be required prior to or on the day of the experience. Please ensure you are able to provide valid photo identification.
Experience to be scheduled at a mutually agreed date based on the experience rights holders availability within 12-months from the date of purchase. Blackout dates may apply.
In the event of an unforeseen circumstance, the experience holder cannot fulfil the experience a full credit will be offered back to the purchaser.
Fan + expects all purchasers and their guests to conduct themselves appropriately when attending the experience. If the experience holder believes that you and/or your guests are not conducting yourselves appropriately, the experience holder is entitled to end the experience.
This country boy grew up playing Aussie Rules Football, but when faced with the choice between bulking up and being able to run fast, Baillie decided to pursue triathlon.