Remember when Oprah ran the Marine Corps Marathon? It's been a long time since she's laced up for a race, but don't worry, there's a whole new group of celebs running. And a bunch just finished the 2017 New York City Marathon.
On November 5, A-list celebrities and reality stars ran the same course as elite professional runners, including surprise champion Shalane Flanagan. While their finishes weren't quite as awesome, it's still fun to see what stars we can beat.
Oh, and for those keeping score, Oprah ran a 4:29:15.
Prince Royce1 of 8
The award-winning singer-songwriter and Latin music heartthrob is hit the five boroughs to make his marathon debut. Royce, 28, pounded the streets in his native Bronx and got hometown love. Finish Time: 4:39:30
Tiki Barber2 of 8
Barber isn't a movie or reality star. He's a retired NFL player who just happens to love running long distances. Back in 2014, he ran his first 26.2 in NYC in a time of 5:14:37. Last year, he ran the course in 4:38:26. That's progress! Finish Time: 4:38:15
Kathrine Switzer3 of 8
The same woman who was nearly pulled off the Boston Marathon course in 1967 because of her gender, and who went on to win the NYC Marathon in 1974, ran her 40th marathon on Sunday. She's 70 now, but she still beat most of the other notables. She's known for her grit, after all, and through her #Fearless261 organization, she uses running as a tool to empower all women. Finish Time: 4:48:21
Candice Huffine4 of 8
Though she's made her living as a model, Huffine, 33, proves that the profession gives you a platform to be more than just a pretty face. She is a spokeswoman for body positivity and recently launched a new athletic line. She ran her first marathon last April in Boston in 5:45:29. This time around, she served as an official race ambassador for the New York Road Runner's Kids program. Finish Time: 5:43:03
Kevin Hart5 of 8
The comedian, actor and entrepreneur gained running fame when he launched the "Hustle Hart," a campaign in which he hosted pop-up 5Ks that he announced on social media. He's come a long way in his running, though the 38-year-old told Runner's World that he doesn't believe in the wall. We'd like to talk to him now that he spent more than four hours out on the road.
Finish Time: 4:05:38
Carole Radziwill6 of 8
You might recognize Radziwill, 53, from "Real Housewives of New York," but she's more than a mere reality star. The journalist and author started running just five months ago when she pledged to complete this year's NYC. She's running for the North Shore Animal League, the shelter from which she adopted her two cats. Finish Time: 6:42:06
Karlie Kloss7 of 8
This supermodel, a former Victoria Secret Angel, will make her marathon debut in the Big Apple. The 24-year-old began her running journey in 2014 when she trained for the Paris Half. Back then, she was a hater of the sport. But, like so many of us, it grew on her. We'll have to see how fast her running love will carry her, though.