The RyanMan Triathlon

October 4, 2015
Lakeshore Park
Brandon, Mississippi

The race will start in Lakeshore Park and consist of three legs: 1.2 mile swim in the Ross R Barnett Reservoir, a 56 mile bike, and a 13.1 mile run traversing Rankin County, Mississippi. This combination provides the longest triathlon in Mississippi.

Packet pickup will be hosted at Indian Cycle on Saturday, October 3rd. Stay tuned for more details.

Keep your eyes open for the 2015 Participant Packet, whcih will be release approximately 1 month prior to the race.

Registration is Open
Registration Closes at midnight on 9/20/15 with NO race day registration.

Fee Schedule

3/1/15 - 3/15/15
Individual - $125
Relay - $250

3/16/15 - 5/31/15
Individual - $150
Relay - $275

6/1/15 - 8/31/15
Individual - $175
Relay - $300

9/1/15 - 9/20/15
Individual - $200
Relay - $350

While there are no refunds, you can direct your registration to a spirit sponsorship at anytime. Transfers from racer to racer are allowed up until August 1, 2015. If you wish to do either one of these, it can be done by emailing a request to racedirector@ryanman.com.
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2014 RyanMan Triathlon!

My name is Austin LaSource, I am a husband, a father, and a triathlete. In 2014 I was training to compete in my first full distance Ironman race in Chattanooga, Tennessee when I received the news. Ryan, at that time my 15-month old son, had relapsed and was now in his second fight against Leukemia. At that point I did what any father would; I turned all of my attention to helping my son fight this terrible disease. Little did I know at the same time a group of friends were working behind the scenes to help me reach my goal of completing a 140.6 distance triathlon.

Ryanman was born. I, along with dozens of supporters finished the 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and the 26.2 mile run in the inaugural 2014 Ryanman. The support and buzz around this race was so great that we had to keep it going. Year two of Ryanman will bring a shorter distance course, but allow hundreds of people the chance to not only complete the tough challenge of conquering a 70.3 mile course, but also to bring awareness and help the fight against childhood cancer.

Following his bone marrow transplant, Ryan is doing very well. To follow Ryan LaSource along his journey to fight Leukemia, visit his facebook page.

My name is Austin LaSource and I am a Ryanman…are you?

Austin LaSource - Total Time: 15:36:39

Swim

01:23:12 - (T1 4:10)

Bike

07:12:50 - (T2 7:16)

Run

06:40:11

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The RyanMan Courses

click on maps to download PDF

Swim
Download Swim Cue Sheet

Farm Bureau Bike Course
Download Bike Cue Sheet

Stinky Feet Run Course
Download Run Cue Sheet

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Volunteer!

Ryanman would not be possible if it weren't for all the volunteers. The volunteers can make a good race into a great race. We will need volunteers throughout the entire day.

A full list of volunteer jobs along with descriptions and times are on the registration website. If your group would like to work an aid station please register everyone and then send an email to racedirector@ryanman.com listing everyone in your group, and we will make sure you are all assigned together on race day. If you have already signed up to volunteer and now can not meet that obligation please email racedirector@ryanman.com and we will update your status.

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Contact Us

Feel free to contact us with any questions!