– Now it’s go time. – In, gentlemen. (water splashing) – Woo! (cheers and applause) (piano music) – This is breakfast number one. Only breakfast. Four hours until we start. (piano music) Back to bed. (cell phone ringing) – Now it’s go time. This slurry is what’s gonna
help me survive the day. 2,500 calories in there. – Whoa. (piano music) (laughs) (piano music) (intense music) (water splashing) – Oh I figured they’d be finished by now. (laughs) I saw them for about 10 feet. (intense music) – Can you show that fisher
line thing in the back? (music drowns out dialogue) (camera snaps) (camera snaps) (water splashing) (music intensifies) (laughs) – If it’s not an
Americano I don’t want it. (laughs) – It is. – Oh that’s the good stuff. (laughs) Yeah. – How you doing? – Good. Feels like a walk right now. – I thought you were okay. (laughs) – That’s why that one has
to wear a life jacket. – Welcome aboard, Pat’s family. – Hello. – Hello. (intense music) – Jacques’ partner, Tory,
and his beautiful daughters. (intense music) – Go, daddy, go! – Go, daddy, go! (laugh) – They’re drinking. (intense music) – And it got cold, I don’t know what it was, but this last kilometer was like I’m already not covering it up, Mike. – Okay. – 10K. – 10K left, guys. – Two hours. – How you doing? – I think he’s gonna help at this point. – I think I’m getting out of the water. – You suffering? – Ah, things just aren’t moving anymore. – Okay. (grunts) – There’s no 10K left. (applause) – Good job. – Good job. (water splashing) (intense music) – We’re all right then. – How’s it going?
– You gonna walk? – Snickers? – Not right now. – Hey. – How’s Taren doing? – Good. He’s cold but good. Final feeding. – That’s the perimeter, right? – That’s the perimeter. How does that look? – Oh, fucking good. (laughs) – End is in sight. – Bringing it home. – Woo! Woo! (laughs) Woo! – It’s off the bucket list. (applause) – Woo! – Yay! (intense music) (water splashing) – Can’t feel my arms. – I’d figure. (grunts) – Man, if that sun
hadn’t come out, like… – How do you feel? – Man, going through Whittier Park there. That was miserable shit. – Were you thinking about
getting in the boat at 4K left? – Oh yeah. No. I’d say when we were
going by Whittier Park and it started to rain. All right, let’s bring
this bitch to shore. (laughs) (intense music) – Good job! (laughs) – Woo! (cheering and applause) (intense music) – We’re gonna need to help lift him on. Woo. We can pull him in. (grunts) You did it! – Your friend film you yet? – I feel bad for him. Sad. – He’s okay. He’s doing good.
– He’s okay? – Oh yeah. What hurts the most on you? – Everything. It’s cold. – You want a towel? – It’s really cold. – So what was your time? What did it say? – Nine hours and four minutes. That’s about as articulate as I can be. – It’s fantastic. – That was awesome. I had to be there. That was awesome. That was great, yeah. I think probably the best things
I’ve ever seen in my life. (laughs) – That was pretty epic. (laughs) (music drowns out dialogue) – The cold. The water was a lot, a lot tougher than we
thought it was gonna be. I think the averages for this time of year were about 10 degrees fahrenheit warmer. And then there were some spots where the wind just turned coming into Fraser’s Grove and like right through the end here, that we had, even though it was maybe only one or one and a half foot waves it was tough. And it’s tough to catch a breath. – Not an advisable mode of transportation. – Let’s never do this again. – Yeah. – Yeah. – You know, people should
really just bike or bus. (intense music) – All right, trainiacs, long swim is over. Thanks No Triathlon Kim for
getting all that footage. Oddly enough, the most painful
part of my body right now is my vlogging wrist. You’d think that it would be super strong. So we’re going to Coach Pat’s now for a celebrity support crow– Support crew. (mumbles) I lost some brain cells there. Support crew and swimmer pizza party, and I am vlogging that. I’m sorry, I don’t got it up here. I don’t got it up here. Tomorrow I will answer any marathon open-water
swimming questions you’ve got, considering that we just
did a bunch of open-water marathon swimming. Or just open-water swimming. Ask them in the comments below this video, and I’ll spend tomorrow answering them. Thank you so much for supporting me throughout all this training, trainiacs. I just opened up my phone
and you guys blew it up. And while I couldn’t
see all those messages while I was out there, it was pretty lonely, because Pat and Jacques were
about a mile ahead of me for a good chunk of it, but I knew that all of you
were getting down and dirty in the DM on my phone. Thanks for all that. Pizza time now. Bye, trainiacs. Oh, hey, how about getting
back to triathlon Taren, instead of swimming Taren, huh? Huh? Yeah!