Jordan Bryden first found triathlon at just 9 years old when he competed in his first event in Calgary. His passion for athletics grew quickly and soon he was competing as a competitive swimmer and track and field athlete. From a young age he was inspired by Simon Whitfield's Gold medal performance at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and has since pursued the sport professionally.

Previously Jordan had been the Canadian Jr. and U23 Champion and finished on the Elite podium at Canadian Elite National Championships. After spending years on numerous national teams and and participating in ITU World Championships- he began to focus on Endurance events.

He has found success with multiple podium finishes at 70.3 and Iron Distance events. Now 33 years old- He specializes in Ultra Endurance events and races professionally at the lronman. After a break from racing 2018 he came back to podium at the Canadaman Xtri, and then go on to win Ultraman Canada and the 2019 Ultraman World Championships in Kona.

Jordan is based out of Canada but spends 6 months out of the year training and working as a graphic designer and photographer out of his converted sprinter van.