Kevin Hart, Karlie Kloss, Carole Radziwill Finish TCS New York City Marathon

GOING THE DISTANCE: Kevin Hart, Karlie Kloss and Carole Radziwill were among the more identifiable 50,643 runners who crossed the finish line at Sunday’s TCS New York City Marathon.
On the women’s side of things, Nike-sponsored Shalane Flanagan led the charge, as the first woman to break the tape and the first American to earn the top prize in 40 years. At 36, the Massachusetts mother of two foster children is no doubt being besieged with interview requests and sponsorship deals. In fact, her husband, Steven Edwards, a former track and field standout who also acts as her agent, indicated as much via a Monday morning Instagram post. “Thanks for all the kind words everybody. I will get back to you all very soon. I’m getting slammed!!” Edwards wrote.
Another Nike-sponsored runner, the comedian Hart, also got his share of attention out on the 26.2-mile course running in a cluster of other runners also suited up in Nike. Of the VIP marathoners, Hart finished first in 4:05:06, followed by former NFLer and CBS Sports Radio commentator Tiki Barber at 4:38:15 and then Kloss at 4:41:49. Clad all in black Adidas gear, the model and entrepreneur tried to keep a low profile as

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