Matt James and Tyler Cameron join Christy Turlington and stars for running of New York City Marathon

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    The 50th running of the New York City Marathon took place on Sunday and saw 33,000 people tackling the 26.2 mile course through the five boroughs. 

    Determined celebrities who partook included Bachelor standouts Matt James and Tyler Cameron, as well as Christy Turlington and former Bachelorette Tayshia Adams. 

    There were nine total start times beginning at 8AM with the last wave going out at 12PM, and the marathon started in Staten Island and finished in Central Park. 

    Running buddy: Bachelor BFF's Matt James, 29, and Tyler Cameron, 28, were seen tackling the 26.2 mile run together

    Running buddy: Bachelor BFF’s Matt James, 29, and Tyler Cameron, 28, were seen tackling the 26.2 mile run together 

    Runner's high! Christy Turlington, 52, looked vivacious as she ran the NYC Marathon on Sunday

    Runner’s high! Christy Turlington, 52, looked vivacious as she ran the NYC Marathon on Sunday 

    Matt James, 29, was seen putting his fit physique on display as he ran shirtless in just a pair of white shorts and colorful sneakers with a baseball cap. 

    He appeared to tackle the 26.2 mile run with BFF Tyler Cameron, 28, who showcased his bulging muscles in a blue tank top with black shorts and a backwards cap. 

    Cameron was running for the Andrea C. Cameron Foundation, which offers scholarships for students in Jupiter, Florida. 

    The organization was started in honor of his late mother, who tragically died of a brain aneurysm in 2020 at the age of 55.  

    Ripped! The former Bachelor was seen putting his fit physique on display as he ran shirtless in just a pair of white shorts and colorful sneakers with a baseball cap

    Ripped! The former Bachelor was seen putting his fit physique on display as he ran shirtless in just a pair of white shorts and colorful sneakers with a baseball cap

    In good spirits: The hunky TV personality told People 'This marathon is bigger than just us crossing the finish line'

    In her honor: Cameron ran for the Andrea C. Cameron foundation, an organization that was started in honor of his late mother, who tragically died of a brain aneurysm in 2020 at the age of 55

    In her honor: Cameron ran for the Andrea C. Cameron foundation, an organization that was started in honor of his late mother, who tragically died of a brain aneurysm in 2020 at the age of 55

    Motivation: Both however looked to keep their spirits high as they were pictured in optimistic spirits despite looking slightly exhausted given the scale of the run

    Motivation: Both however looked to keep their spirits high as they were pictured in optimistic spirits despite looking slightly exhausted given the scale of the run 

    ‘This marathon is bigger than just us crossing the finish line,’ he told People. ‘We are raising money and creating opportunities for those who are in need.’

    He and James appeared to try and keep pace together as they were spotted in Manhattan, and both looked to keep their spirits high despite the grueling scale of the run.    

    Supermodel Christy Turlington, 52, was also seen tackling the marathon. She showcased her statuesque frame in a pair of blue spandex leggings with a navy long sleeve shirt.  

    Turlington was running for her non-profit Every Mother Counts as she showed off an orange jersey with the organizations name on it. 

    Run for a cause: Turlington was running for her non-profit Every Mother Counts as she showed off an orange jersey with the organizations name on it

    Run for a cause: Turlington was running for her non-profit Every Mother Counts as she showed off an orange jersey with the organizations name on it 

    Almost there! She was pictured nearing the finish line in Manhattan as the marathon capped off at Central Park

    Almost there! She was pictured nearing the finish line in Manhattan as the marathon capped off at Central Park

    Almost there! She was pictured nearing the finish line in Manhattan as the marathon capped off at Central Park 

    She was pictured nearing the finish line in Manhattan where she enthusiastically threw her arms up after achieving her personal goal. 

    Also pictured was Sunday Today host Willie Geist, 46, who looked in the zone as he ran solo as part of Team Fox. The organization raises funds for Parkinson’s research. 

    And additionally Tayshia Adams tackled the marathon with her fiance from her Bachelorette season Zac Clark. 

    She shared video of the pair taking the ferry to Staten Island where the marathon kicked off and revealed they had missed the 6:45AM ferry so were relinquished to a 7AM one instead. 

    You got this: Also pictured was Sunday Today host Willie Geist, 46, who looked in the zone as he ran solo as part of Team Fox

    In the zone: Geist was seen trying to focus on the task at hand as he zoned out with Airpods in

    You got this: Also pictured was Sunday Today host Willie Geist, 46, who looked in the zone as he ran solo as part of Team Fox 

    Couple's activity: Tayshia Adams tackled the marathon with her fiance Zac Clark

    Couple’s activity: Tayshia Adams tackled the marathon with her fiance Zac Clark

    Good morning NYC! She shared video of the pair taking the ferry to Staten Island where the marathon kicked off

    Rise and grind: Tayshia revealed they had to take a ferry at 7AM after missing the initial one they had hoped for at 6:45AM

    Good morning NYC! She shared video of the pair taking the ferry to Staten Island where the marathon kicked off

    Update: The California born beauty continued to express a bit of pre-marathon jitters but was excited as she wrote 'good morning world!'

    Update: The California born beauty continued to express a bit of pre-marathon jitters but was excited as she wrote ‘good morning world!’ 

    Humorous: Andy Cohen shared an image of a sign on a fire escape someone had posted that referenced a quote from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Garcelle Beauvais that said 'I don't need to run a marathon to be relevant'

    Humorous: Andy Cohen shared an image of a sign on a fire escape someone had posted that referenced a quote from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Garcelle Beauvais that said ‘I don’t need to run a marathon to be relevant’

    Andy Cohen did not partake but joined throngs of people who could not help but to see the marathon occuring outside their doors. 

    He shared an image of a sign on a fire escape someone had posted that referenced a quote from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Garcelle Beauvais that said ‘I don’t need to run a marathon to be relevant.’   

    As the marathon took place for the first time in-person amid COVID-19, the organizers made the decision to cap the amount of runners at 33,000 due to health and safety concerns.

    Per guidelines runners were required to wear masks while in the crowded starting areas. 

    Quite a day! As the marathon took place for the first time in-person amid COVID-19, the organizers made the decision to cap the amount of runners at 33,000 due to health and safety concerns; runners photographed on the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge in Staten Island

    Quite a day! As the marathon took place for the first time in-person amid COVID-19, the organizers made the decision to cap the amount of runners at 33,000 due to health and safety concerns; runners photographed on the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge in Staten Island 

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