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Currently, Ryan Beil is 39 years, 0 months and 22 days old. Ryan Beil will celebrate 40rd birthday on a Monday 11th of November 2024. Below we countdown to Ryan Beil upcoming birthday.
|Popular As||Ryan Beil|
|Age||39 years old|
|Born||November 11, 1984 ()|
Ryan Beil was born in the Year of the Rat. Those born under the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat are quick-witted, clever, charming, sharp and funny. They have excellent taste, are a good friend and are generous and loyal to others considered part of its pack. Motivated by money, can be greedy, is ever curious, seeks knowledge and welcomes challenges. Compatible with Dragon or Monkey.
Bailey made his Super League début for Leeds in 2002 at age 18. In July 2003, he was found guilty of brawling in the street in Leeds, and was sent to a young offenders' institution for nine months.
As Super League IX champions, the Rhinos faced 2004 NRL season premiers, the Bulldogs in the 2005 World Club Challenge. Bailey played at prop forward in Leeds' 39–32 victory. He played for Leeds in the 2005 Challenge Cup Final at prop forward in their loss against Hull F.C.. Bailey played for the Leeds Rhinos at prop forward in their 2005 Super League Grand Final loss against Bradford Bulls. He played in the 2008 Super League Grand Final victory over St. Helens.
Bailey played from the interchange bench for Leeds in the 2011 Challenge Cup Final which was lost to Wigan.
In 2014, Leeds held a testimonial game for Bailey against London Broncos. On 8 May 2014 he made his 300th career appearance for the Leeds Rhinos.
In November 2015 Warrington Wolves announced the signing of Bailey on a one-year contract for the 2016 season. There, he would play under Tony Smith again with whom he won two Grand Finals with at Leeds.
Bailey publicly opened up about his struggle with depression in 2016.
Bailey was charged with "evading, refusing or failing to submit to sample collection" during a routine drugs testing session at Toronto's Lamport Stadium on 30 May 2017. An arbitration panel appointed by the UK National Anti-Doping Panel concluded that Bailey had committed an anti-doping rule violation, but that the exceptional circumstances of the case were such that there was no fault or negligence to be apportioned to Bailey and therefore no suspension under the anti-doping rules should be applied. The panel heard evidence, including psychiatric evidence, over three days and heard that Bailey had during the testing process, developed a genuine, if unjustified, belief that the water offered to him by the testing officials was contaminated in some way. The panel also noted that Bailey did take a drugs test three days after the original incident that was negative and stressed that they did not consider Bailey a cheat or someone trying to cover up drug taking. The case is believed to be the first case where a player who has refused to take a test has not been punished.