In addition, she was a successful road runner. She won the Peachtree Road Race three times a row (1996–1998)  and Dam tot Damloop four times a row (1992–1995). Kimaiyo won Zevenheuvelenloop in 1995. She won in 1994.
Kimaiyo went to the Singore Girls Secondary School in Iten. She is married to Charles Kipkorir, who is also a former Kenyan runner. Soon after the 1984 Olympics she became pregnant and gave birth to her first child. She had a second child following her 1990 pregnancy.
|1985||African Championships||Cairo, Egypt||1st||3000 m|
|1987||All-Africa Games||Nairobi, Kenya||2nd||3000 m|
|1989||African Championships||Lagos, Nigeria||1st||3000 m|
|1992||World Cross Country Championships||Boston, United States||11th||Long race|
|Summer Olympics||Barcelona, Spain||9th||10,000 m|
|1993||World Cross Country Championships||Amorebieta, Spain||12th||Long race|
|1994||World Cross Country Championships||Budapest, Hungary||12th||Long race|
- NYC Marathon: Women to Watch
- gbrathletics.com Kenyan Championships
- Dam tot Damloop
- in 1994
- NY times, August 19, 1991: TRACK AND FIELD; Kenyans on Informal Path to Success
- NY Times, July 1, 1992: OLYMPICS: BARCELONA PROFILE; African Women Reach Starting Line
|Zevenheuvelenloop Women's Winner (15km)