Chelsea Clinton, “Bachelor” reality stars and former Olympic athletes hit the pavement alongside thousands of ordinary Joes at the New York City Marathon Sunday.
The former first daughter, 41, celebrated her first time running the race at the finish line in Central Park with her parents, former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
“Running the @nycmarathon has been a longtime goal,” tweeted Chelsea, who ran on behalf of food non-profit City Harvest.
She embraced her mother and held flowers as the family posed for photos with her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, and marathon director Ted Metellus.
Among the other A-list finishers were MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Willie Geist, model Christy Turlington and Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford.
Footage posted to social media showed fans cheering on Mumford, who was competing for the first time, as he neared the mile-7 marker in Park Slope.
“Yeah Marcus! Yes!,” they shouted, prompting Mumford to clap.
Reality stars from the “Bachelor” series also had a significant presence in the 26.2-mile race.
Former “Bachelor” lead Matt James thrilled fans by running shirtless alongside friend and one-time contestant Tyler Cameron.
“Here is my bib # if you want to track a turtle,” wrote James on his Instagram story.
Cameron, who once was linked to model Gigi Hadid, was running on behalf of a foundation that he started in memory of his late mother, Andrea Cameron, who died last year of a brain aneurysm.
“Bachelorette” couple Tayshia Adams and Zac Clark also crossed the finish line together.
Several former professional athletes proved that they could cross-train with long-distance running, including US women’s national soccer team alumni Abby Wambach, Lauren Holiday, Kate Markgraf and Leslie Osborne.
Former New York Giants runner back Tiki Barber was also among the pack of runners, competing in the race for his seventh time.
The celebs were joined by around 30,000 other runners who weaved through all five boroughs, starting at the Verrazzano Bridge in Staten Island and making their way to Central Park.
The 50th edition of the NYC Marathon prevailed this year after being canceled last year over COVID-19 concerns.