How Celebrities Fared in the 2015 New York City Marathon | Rodale Wellness

November 2, 2015

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Wow!!!! What a day!!! All of us did it!!!! One foot in front of the other had been my rule! The LOVE that was out in New york city TODAY was OUTRAGEOUS!!!!!!! Thank you for every shout, every cheer, every piece of excellent energy a person sent my way!!! You helped me a lot today!! Big love to my personal @keepachildalive team and my companions @cole_cook @duanemclaughlin @gradyspivey @mommy_lady #JoshZ #Nyheike. I couldn'capital t have made it alone!!! Basically can do this, so can you!! Whose down to try for a good cause in 2016?????

A picture posted by Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) upon Nov 1, 2015 from 6:20pm PST

Running with regard to Keep a Child Alive
Finish: 5:50:52
Overall pace: 13:23/mile

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Tiki Barber


My preferred moment during my 2015 #tcsnycmarathon Mile Sixteen with Brooklyn & @traciljohnson (Excellent shot @jerrittclark!!)

A picture posted by Tiki Barber (@tiki.barber) on Nov Two, 2015 at Three:47am PST

Running for the PitCChIn Foundation
Finish: 4:Fifty:56
Overall pace: 11:06/mile

James Blake


Retired USTA Professional #JamesBlake. Had been capturing times as the athletes entered #Queens as well as caught him crushing the course at the half way point. #nycmarathon #tcsnycmarathon #Mile13

A photo published by Quis (@see_quis_live) on Nov 1, 2015 from 1:29pm PST

Running for the James Blake Foundation
Finish: 3:51:19
Overall pace: 8:50/mile

More: The brand new York City Marathon Through the Numbers

Katrina Bowden


Well this competition ended not as planned. I was recovering from a little injury within the last 3 weeks..I felt incredible the whole race until immediately after mile Twenty five when I experienced shooting pains in my previously injured remaining leg, so I slowed down to a light run and even walked for a while. When I hit 25.75 miles, something bad happened within my leg and that i couldn't move. I started in order to panic- I wanted to complete and I was SO close. A remarkably kind lady saw me and kept on to me, then a #teamintraining team mate @benmwaldman saw all of us and snapped up onto me personally from my personal other side and they basically carried me towards the finish and that we crossed with each other. The kindness of other runners on such an incredible day is emotionally mind-boggling. I'm so thankful on their behalf and grateful for everyone who arrived on the scene and cheered me personally on. We finished later than my goal, but I'm so happy I had been able to finish. Marathoners rock! Now I'll simply hobble around on these for a bit until I'm healed BTW- my mom took this picture haha! I had been like "moooommmmm really?!" @nyrr @nycmarathon I came in at 4:19, only 3 minutes slower than last year, which is sort of victory!

A photo published by Katrina Bowden (@katrinakbowden) on Nov 1, 2015 at Three:38pm PST

Running for the The leukemia disease and Lumphoma Society's Team in Training
Finish: 4:19:39
Overall pace: 9:54/mile

Ethan Hawke


#ethanhawke #tcsmarathon #nymarathon #doefund

A picture posted through Alice Hair (@alicehair) on Nov 1, 2015 from 9:53am PST

Running for that Doe Fund
Finish: 4:25:30
Overall speed: 10:08/mile

Nev Schulman


The @nycmarathon finish line. I'll end up being running across it the next day! You can track me during the race along with my bib # on the marathon app.

A picture posted by Nev Schulman (@nevschulman) on Oct 31, 2015 at 1:39pm PDT

Running for the J/P Haitian Alleviation Fund
Finish: 3:34:31
Overall pace: 8:11/mile


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