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. “Balls”, as he is known, made his Olympic debut finishing 10th in Rio after securing an automatic spot by placing fourth at the World Triathlon Series race on the Gold Coast. With 14 top ten finishes at WTS events and a bronze medal in the mixed teams relay at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bailie continues to chase his dreams and aspirations representing Australia. Can this young gun rise up and take on the champions at Super League Triathlon? Don't underestimate him.