|2nd Male||45:29||Job Kamonde||23||KEN|
|3rd Male||45:34||Nahashon Ndegwa||30||KEN|
|4th Male||45:47||Raphael Gacheru||24||KEN|
|2nd Female||53:27||KELLEN WAITHIRA||36||KEN|
|3rd Female||55:28||KAREN CHEPKWEMOI||22||KEN|
|4th Female||56:11||SUSAN NJUU||35||KEN|
|M 40-49||47:06||GABRIEL KAHURA||40||KEN|
|M 50-59||55:32||SAMUEL MAINA||56||KEN|
|M 60-69||55:31||CHARLES NDIRANGU||64||KEN|
|M 70+||1:14:31||JOSEPH KIRAIYU||71||KEN|
|F 50-59||61:56||SHEILAH MBAKU||53||KEN|
For our 2023 Double 15k the following prize money will be given out to our winners. 33,000 KES Plus 40,000 KES of bonus money if a world record is set (20K for first man and woman under the record). This bonus will be given out one week later once everything has been confirmed by the Double Road Race Federation.
The men's world record is held by Julius Koskei (KEN). He clocked 43:11 on May 10, 2015 in Pacific Grove, CA USA. He clocked 29:11 for the 10k leg and 14:00 for the 5k leg.
The women's world record is held by Risper Gesabwa (KEN). She clocked 48:45 on Dec 21, 2014 in Pleasanton, CA USA. She clocked 32:55 for the 10k leg and 15:49 for the 5k leg.
Here was the break down for the prize money for both men and women for the 2023 event. Prize money was handed out to the winners at the event at KATA.
1st place - 5k KES
2nd place -3k KES
3rd place - 2k KES
4th place - 1.5k KES
5th place - 1k KES
1st 40-59 - 2.5k KES
1st 60-69 - 1.5k KES
1st 70 plus - 1k KES
This event is sponsored by KATA, My Best Runs, Ujena Fit Club and Train the Kenyan Way and is an official Double Road Race Fedetation event.
To enter call Florence KATA manager 0729 074 388