I’m touched that Runner’s World included me on this list of people who are far more important than me!
Celebrity results from the five-borough tour of the Big Apple.
More than 50,000 runners made the 26.2-mile journey from Staten Island to Central Park at the 44th running of the New York City Marathon on Sunday. Among them, a group of celebrity runners and top athletes joined them. From fastest to slowest, here’s a rundown of their finish times.
Bill Demong, 34, 2:33:05, a four-time Olympic Nordic skier
Andy Baldwin, 37, 3:18:13, a senior medical officer on the USS Makin Island and star of the TV series The Bachelor in 2007
Caroline Wozniacki, 24, 3:26:33, a top-ranked pro tennis player from Denmark whose marathon debut was also her first venture into road racing
Katrina Bowden, 26, 4:16:20, an actress known for her role as Cerie on the show 30 Rock
Joe Bastianich, 46, 4:29:12, a restaurateur and Bravo network personality
Erica Hill, 38, 4:47:38, a weekend TODAY Show co-host
Richard Blais, 42, 5:02:10, winner of the TV show Top Chef: All-Stars
Teri Hatcher, 49, 5:06:42, a Golden Globe Award-winning actress known for playing Susan Mayer on the TV serie Desperate Housewives
Tiki Barber, 39, 5:14:37, a former NFL player who is the all-time rushing leader for the New York Giants
Amber Sabathia, 5:56:52, wife of MLB player CC Sabathia
Sarah Reinertsen, 39, 6:09:46, the first above-the-knee amputee Ironman finisher, motivational speaker
Angie Martinez, 43, a radio personality known as “The Voice of New York”
Runners highlighted in the November 2014 issue of Runner’s World:
Simran Jeet Singh, 30, 3:57:42, a member of the Sikhs religious group and doctoral student in Columbia University’s religion department (“Sikhs in the City”)
Shaun Brennan, 43, 4:50:41, a Manhattan native who used to rock out with his band on the sidelines of the marathon–and smoke two packs a day. (“Go You!”)
Michael LaMorte, 43, 5:43:38, a New Jersey native who shed more than 100 pounds (“Go You!”)
Connie Lyke-Brown, 70, a Sarasota, Florida, resident who owns the longest active NYC Marathon streak, notching her 36th today (“Runner By the Numbers”)
Kirk Acevedo, 42, did not finish, an actor known for his role in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes who will star in the series 12 Monkeys in January (“I’m A Runner”)