Pamela Anderson completed the New York Marathon with hardly any training

The 46-year-old said she doesn’t normally run, but finished the distance in five hours 41 minutes.

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SHE MAY NOT have finished among the winners, but Pamela Anderson, 46, successfully completed Sunday’s  ING New York City Marathon.

Anderson, who was a first time marathon runner, finished in 5 hours and 41 minutes and raised $500,000 for Sean Penn’s J/P Haitian Relief Organization.

The in-shape former “Baywatch” babe previously said she didn’t even train for Sunday’s big race.

“I really haven’t attacked the running thing,” she admitted to NY Daily News six weeks before the marathon.

“I’ve never been a runner. I’ve never even run across the street hardly before.”

Anderson did admit that “I’m just moving my body as much as I can,” adding “My legs feel strong, I feel like a lean machine.”

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Here’s Anderson starting off strong

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Naturally, she wasn’t too keen on being snapped at the finish line, but we think she’s great

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