We see them in pictures, in magazines, on television and all over the internet. Their glowing skin, athletic bodies and confidence is portrayed constantly. But the truth is that celebrities are more like us than we think. They, too, have to work out and stick with a nutritious diet to stay healthy and get in shape. One of the ways they do it – marathon running.
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Reality television personality, celebrity Chef Bobby Flay, ran the 2010 New York City Marathon. He had hopes to finish the race in under four hours but his finish time was 4:01:37.
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Grammy-winning superstar Alicia Keys ran in the 2015 New York City Marathon. She finished 26.2 miles in 5:50:52.
The Full House/Fuller House celebrity actress Andrea Barber, also known as Kimmy Gibbler, competed in the 2016 Los Angeles Marathon. She crossed the finish line in 4:58:02.
Katie Holmes, famous for her role as Joey Potter on the hit television drama Dawson’s Creek, ran the 2007 New York City Marathon. She finished with time 5:29:58. She even paused along the course to give a quick kiss to Tom Cruise.
The famous Saved by the Bell star (A.C. Slater) and American television host, ran the New York City Marathon and finished with the time 4:23:30.
Also known as Diddy, Puff Daddy, Puffy, and P. Diddy, Sean Combs has accomplished more than you could imagine. He is a rapper, singer, record producer, actor and entrepreneur. But the most surprising, he’s a marathon runner. Combs prepared for the New York City Marathon in just six weeks. He finished with the time 4:14:52.