Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 31 July 2014

Anderson completes NY Marathon

Pamela Anderson completed the New York Marathon in five hours 41 minutes

Pamela Anderson has been left nursing a few injuries after completing the New York Marathon.

The former Baywatch star took part in the 26.2 mile run for the J/P Haitian Relief Organisation, and completed it in five hours and 41 minutes.

But Pammie has been paying for her efforts since the race, posting a picture of herself online looking less than her glamorous self.

The image, captioned "Ouch!", shows the star lying in bed with her race bib covering her eyes and huge bags of ice on her leg and groin.

The 46-year-old also has a foam roller, which are used to work out sore muscles, lying at her side, as well as a book and the TV remote.

Pamela took part in the marathon alongside her brother.

She tweeted after the race: "So proud of my brother Gerry. Thank G. For running next to me today - love you lots."

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