In his native country, he was commonly referred to as "KK" for Kimani Karanja. In other parts of the world, he was king of the road. He was the Superstar of most road races in the 1990s. He won 11 of the 13 road races in one season and finished second in 2 of them.
Road running career
In 1996, Kimani won the 10 kilometre Vancouver Sun Run with a record breaking time of 27:31.
- "Joseph Kimani | Profile". iaaf.org. Retrieved 2017-06-05.
- John Pitarresi. "Joseph Kimani, Boilermaker all-time great, dies at age 40 - News - Uticaod - Utica, NY". Uticaod. Retrieved 2017-06-05.
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