Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner completed the annual Army Ten-Miler race on Sunday, according to Trump's Instagram post.
Her post read in part, "Just finished the Army 10-Miler! Army Strong! Hooah!"
She said the couple spent most of the race behind a man wearing a shirt that said, "If you can read this, I’m not last."
Sporting athletic gear and Army-branded baseball caps, the first daughter and her husband ran the route around National Mall and Arlington in 1 hour, 47 minutes 14 seconds, according to the race website. Out of about 35,000 runners, they finished in 12,774th and 12,775th place, with Trump edging out her husband.
That included stops for high-fives and hugs, the Instagram post shows.
They wore consecutive bib numbers that appear to have been registered under other names, possibly for security purposes.
Bib number 3562 was registered to 32-year-old Rik Lawlor but worn by 37-year-old Kushner. Bib 3561 was registered to 30-year-old Cassidy Dumbauld and worn by 36-year-old Trump.
News4 asked an Army Ten-Miler spokesperson about the pseudonyms but has not heard back.