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Miriam Chebet wins the Iten 10K Race

Miriam Chebet took the top honors in the inaugural Iten 10km Road Race that was held on Saturday (18) in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet County.

The race was organised by the Agnes Tirop’s Angels Foundation, Athletics Kenya and the French Embassy in Kenya, where the France ambassador Aline Kuster-Menager was the chief guest.  which is also part of preparations for the 2024 Olympic Games.

Chebet who moved to Iten last year, crossed the finish line in a time of 32:54.06 and she was followed by Cynthia Chemweno who pulled 33:1508 with Millicent Kemboi completing the podium three finishes in 34:05.

Brenda Tuwei and Cynthia Chemjor came home in fourth and fifth in a time of 34:08.01 and 34:10.07 respectively.

LEADING RESULTS

10KM WOMEN

  1. Miriam Chebet           32:54.06
  2. Cynthia Chemweno  33:15.08
  3. Millicent Kemboi      34:05.01
  4. Brenda Tuwei            34:08.01
  5. Edith Chemjor          34:10.07
  6. Irene Chepchirchir  34:37.07
  7. Juliet Chebunet        34:42.08
  8. Emmy Jepkemei       35:16.01
  9. Rael Cherop              35:35.01
  10. Phyllis Chepmoit     35:46.05

Vivian Melly beats Winfrida Moseti at Venloop

Kenya’s Vivian Jepkemei Melly won the 15th edition of the Venloop half marathon held on Sunday (15) in Venloop, Netherlands.

Melly led 1-2-3 Kenyan podium finish as she cut the tape in a time of 1:09.27 beating the reigning Bucharest International Half Marathon  champion, Winfridah Moraa Moseti who came home in second place in 1:10.11 with Cynthia Jepkosgei Chemweno closing the top three positions in 1:11.07.

The 2020 Tokyo Olympian, Jill Holterman from the Netherlands and Dibabe Kuma finished in fourth and fifth place in a time of 1:14.45 and 1:18.32 respectively.

LEADING RESULTS

21KM WOMEN

  1. Vivian Melly              (KEN) 1:09.27
  2. Winfridah Moseti     (KEN) 1:10.11
  3. Cynthia Chemweno  (KEN) 1:11.07
  4. Jill Holterman            (NED) 1:14.45
  5. Dibabe Kuma              (ETH) 1:18.32