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Marcus Cook's IRONMAN Journey Wraps in NYC

Take a look back at the inspiring weight loss journey of Marcus Cook. He lost nearly 300 pounds and completed the IRONMAN World Championship! Tonight, as he's in New York City for the world premiere of NBC's IRONMAN broadcast, we learn from Marcus how to "make everything in your life better."

Racing Kona After 50

To train for the grueling IRONMAN™ World Championship, these triathletes over 50 turn to their Endless Pools for convenient open water swim training. Watch these brief videos of two inspiring competitors.

Down 300 Pounds, Marcus Cook is on a Mission

Marcus Cook weighed almost 500 pounds when a dying friend implored him to shape up for himself and his family. In just a few years, he's learned to swim in his backyard Endless Pool and now races triathlons to inspire others to lose weight too.

Why Lionel Sanders Will Exit Kailua Bay Faster than Ever

Lionel Sanders is about to be put to the test. The 29-year-old professional triathlete sees himself as "a weak swimmer," but he just upped his game: he's been training in his own High Performance Endless Pool® for two months, ...

3 Questions for Pete Jacobs, 2012 Ironman World Champ

In 2012, triathlete Pete Jacobs made his dream come true. After nine years as a pro, he was crowned IRONMAN® World Champion in Kona. Not content to rest on his laurels, he installed an Endless Pools Fastlane® for at-home swim training. 1. Why Pete chose the Fastlane by Endless Pools ...

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