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Biography

BAYLEY Ryan

Nationality Australia Flag AUS Australia
Birth Date 09/03/1982
Gender Men
Height (m / in) 1.86/6'1''
Weight (kg / lbs) 78/172
Events Inscribed   Cycling Track Men's Sprint
Cycling Track Men's Keirin
Member of Australia Cycling Track Men's Team Sprint
Medals Won GOLD Medal GOLD -  Men's Keirin
GOLD Medal GOLD -  Men's Sprint

Date Venue Event Country - Name Results Status
17 Mar
18:00
Men's Keirin
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 10.765 Completed
17 Mar
19:25
Men's Keirin
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 10.777 Completed
17 Mar
19:55
Men's Keirin
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 10.515 Completed
17 Mar
20:00
Men's Keirin
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 10.515 Completed
18 Mar
10:30
Men's Sprint
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (3) 10.407 Completed
18 Mar
12:15
Men's Sprint
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 11.069 Completed
18 Mar
18:00
Men's Sprint
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 11.094 Completed
18 Mar
19:03
Men's Sprint
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 10.771 Completed
18 Mar
20:12
Men's Sprint
Final
Australia Flag AUS  - BAYLEY Ryan (1) 11.273 Completed

Place Of Birth Perth, Western Australia
Residence Alexander Heights, Western Australia
Occupation Athlete
International Debut 2000 (Track World Cup)
Coach Martin Barras
Club Albany Cycling Club, Australia
Recent Results Australia Senior Track Championships (Adelaide, South Australia, 11-Feb-2006)
4th in the Kierin
Bronze in the Sprint (11.172)

UCI World Track Cup (Los Angeles, USA, 22-Jan-2006)
Bronze in the Team Sprint
18th in the Sprint
Commonwealth
Games History
Melbourne 2006
Gold in the Keirin

Manchester 2002
Gold in the Sprint(10.423)
Gold in the Team Sprint (44.506)
Olympic
Games History
Athens 2004
Gold in the Keirin
Gold in the Individual Sprint (10.661)
4th in the Team Sprint (44.404)
Injuries In January 2005, Ben crashed and broke his scapula (shoulder blade), cracked three ribs and damaged tissue in his hip.
Other Ryan started competitive cycling in 1997 and was selected to compete in the World Junior Track Championships three years later. He claimed 1st in the sprint title.

While some people don't work well under pressure, he says that he thrives under pressure, especially when there's a home-crowd cheering for him.

Ryan was named the Junior Cyclist of the Year in 2000, and the Australian Male Track Cyclist of the Year in 2001.

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