At the grand opening of Aquatread, their Endless Pool training facility, Olympic triathletes Alistair & Jonny Brownlee shared extraordinary stories from professional and age-group triathletes.
Triathlete Rhys Davey now coaches swimming in the Elite Endless Pool at Aquatread, the Leeds training facility founded by Olympic medalists Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.
How did Formula One driver Jenson Button fare in a performance lab when pitted against the Brownlee Brothers, Olympic triathletes eight and ten years his junior?
Alistair Brownlee became the first person to win back-to-back gold in Olympic triathlon. He and his brother, Jonathan, who took the bronze in London 2012, both acknowledge that their Endless Pool® has played a crucial role in their preparation.
If there’s any sibling rivalry between the Brownlees, it wasn’t visible in Rio. Moments before Alistair crossed the finish line to win his second consecutive Olympic gold medal, a historic first in Triathlon, he paused to look over his shoulder for his younger brother, Jonathan, just a few seconds behind. ...
“Swimming is a very technical sport,” observes Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee. Interviewed in this video by popular UK television presenter Charlie Webster, he and his brother, Jonny, recount how they use the Endless Pool for swim training and injury rehab.
From the outside, it looks like a rustic two-car garage next to a cricket ground. Inside, it’s no more glamorous, but it contains the Elite Endless Pool used by Alistair and Jonny Brownlee, two-time Olympic triathlon medalists.
The Super Brownlee has arrived. A few weeks of analysis, 3D scanning and countless hours spent in the Intel Lab produced the best of triathlete brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee. Intel developed the Super Brownlee for a video game that allows the two to race against the hybrid version of ...