Most Recent Articles In Lifestyle
Latest Lifestyle Articles
- Esquire Hosting Three-Day Event During NYFW
- Man of the Week: Cary Fukunaga
- Gucci Spotlights Men's Tailoring in Short Film
More Articles By
The stars came out in force for the Nautica Malibu Triathlon in Malibu, Calif., last weekend.
From Jon Cryer of “Two and a Half Men” — who managed to stay out of the medical tent this year after a bike crash in 2012 — to James Marsden of “30 Rock,” Geoff Stults of “The Finder,” Parker Young of “Suburgatory,” Colin Egglesfield of “The Client List” and “E News” host Jason Kennedy, the race drew a wide array of celebs willing to swim, bike and run for a good cause.
Proceeds from the event went to the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Pediatric Cancer Research Program. The event raised nearly $1.1 million for the cause.
Outside of the celebrities, the race drew more than 5,400 participants over the course of the weekend — there was an Olympic-distance race on Saturday and a shorter race on Sunday. Heather Tom took first in the celebrity female division with a time of 1:54:19.71 for the shorter “classic” distance of a half-mile swim, 18-mile bike and four-mile run. Alec Musser won the celebrity male division with a time of 1:34:46.72. Team The Bold and Beautiful scored bragging rights in the Celebrity Co-Ed Relay Division with a time of 1:37:23.46.
But celebrities who didn’t want to take on the race participated in other ways: Bret Michaels sang the National Anthem, and Billy Bush of “Access Hollywood” hosted the awards ceremony.