Twin sisters were the top two women finishers of the Transmerica Rock 'n' Roll Denver Half Marathon Sunday morning.

Elvin Kibet, 26, of Colorado Springs won the women's division with a time of 1:15:22. She edged out her twin sister Valentine at the finish. Valentine finished in 1:15:25. The sisters are natives of Kenya.

Ethiopian Gebrekidan Abadi, 32, finished first overall

Ethiopian Gebrekidan Abadi, 32, who lives in the Denver area had the fastest time overall. He finished with a time of 1:06:46.

Elvin Kibet, 26, crosses the finish line, winning the women's division.

Former Colorado School of Mines cross country runner Marty Andrie, 23, of Golden, finished second overall with a time of 1:07:43.

More than 14,000 runners took part in the half marathon and 10K events Sunday morning.