Running the New York City Marathon was no jog down the beach for former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson on Sunday. The actress did manage to finish her first 26.2-mile run in 5 hours, 41 minutes, but a photo she tweeted afterward showed the toll it took.
Sprawled on a bed with a couple of bags of ice and a television remote in her hand, the 46-year-old actress's face was covered by her Marathon name tag.
Anderson ran the race with her brother, Gerry, and her new short hairdo was tucked beneath a blue baseball cap.
Anderson was part of a group running in support of Sean Penn's J/P Haitian Relief Organization. The Long Run for Haiti Campaign raised $76,000 for the island nation, which was devastated by a 2010 earthquake.
Other celebs who took part in Sunday's race included former "Apprentice" winner Bill Rancic (4:57); actor Patrick Wilson (3:32); model Christy Turlington Burns (4:35); and former "Bachelor" Andy Baldwin (3:17).