The TCS New York City Marathon is an iconic event, and there is always a variety of celebrities who run it each year. All the celebs we reported were planning to run finished. Here’s how some of your favourite famous folks fared in this year’s version of the world’s biggest marathon.
Admittedly, those outside the running world might not recognize him, but within the running world, Meb is an undisputed rock star. The Eritrean-born U.S. citizen is a four-time Olympian (he won the silver medal in 2004) who ran his first marathon in New York in 2002, and went on to win New York in 2009 and Boston in 2014. Meb raced both Boston and New York last year for the last time, completing 26 marathons, one for each mile of the race. This year he took it relatively easy, finishing in 3:10:34 and raising funds for the NYRR’s Team for Kids.
Congrats again to @TikiBarber for finishing his 9th Marathon!
Nice run! pic.twitter.com/T9WCci6i0N
— TikiAndTierney (@TikiAndTierney) November 5, 2018
Like Meb, the former New York Giants running back also ran for NYRR’s Team for Kids this year. It was his ninth marathon, and his fifth time running New York. His time was 3:50:21.
The former Bond girl, Lois Lane and Desperate Housewife ran for Save the Children, along with her 20-year-old daughter, Emerson Tenney. Hatcher finished in 5:51:21.
The four-time Ironman, 31-time marathoner, 10-time Tour de Donut champion and professional eater ran New York as the first of 50 marathons he plans to run in 50 states in one year to raise funds for the Gweneviere Mann Foundation. Salem started the foundation after the death of his wife, a musician, marathoner, and brain cancer survivor, from lung cancer at 47. Salem finished this year’s marathon in 3:53:37.
Miss New York USA 2018 is a real estate agent, model and serious runner, in addition to being a beauty queen. She finished the marathon in 3:54:01.
Brian D’Arcy James–3:31:26
The film and Broadway actor, who appeared in Spotlight (2015) and Ghost Town (2008), ran for the anti-poverty organization Concern Worldwide U.S. His time was 3:31:26.
Hamlin is a four-time Olympian and the first American female luger to medal at any Winter Olympics. (She won bronze at Sochi in 2014 and is a four-time world championship medallist). Hamlin ran for the Women’s Sport Foundation. She finished in 4:52:52.