To celebrate the festive season, this week one of our voters will receive our Christmas Hamper. Everyone that votes here between now and Friday is in with a chance. It's free, takes a minute and there are new categories to vote in.
Your favourites across the world of running need your votes, as we freeze the voting from midday on Friday. We'll announce who made the shortlists on Tuesday. Let us know the true runners' favourites!
So, these new categories? Due to numerous requests from the running community we have opened several new categories over the past weeks. Best Trail Event (1,000 or less runners), Best Online Community and Best Charity Event, come vote in these!
We'll be announcing the best across running at our awards ceremony on 22nd April. Join 550 A-list industry figures, 600 running enthusiasts from the running community and 100 key running press and fitness bloggers for the 'Oscars of Running' at indigo at The O2! Click for balcony seats here.
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Posted July 21st 2015 by The 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero
For years professional athletes across the world of sport have been turning to water training to gain that extra edge. Lornah Kiplagat (4 x world champion and Running Awards guest presenter) used deep water training whilst injured between 10th – 16th September 2006. On 17th September 2006 she broke the 10 mile world record. She has been an advocate ever since.
Posted November 21st 2013
Running is one of the most enjoyable, cheapest and easiest ways to get fit. Unfortunately it also causes one of the highest rates of injury, so here are a few simple tips to help.
Posted December 16th 2013 by Dr Fenella Corrick
I can’t be the only person who has started laughing out loud during a long run when a strange thought popped into my head, or who finds mental arithmetic simultaneously extremely important and almost impossible in the final few miles of a twenty miler. I call this my long run madness.
Posted December 06th 2013
'I first discovered my turn of pace when I was playing football as a kid.' - Michael East, British 1500m Commonwealth Gold medalist.
Posted June 30th 2015 by The 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero
The historic Wimbledon tournament has seen famous winners renowned for their athleticism, from the agility of Becker, to the power of the Williams’ sisters and the speed of players such as Nadal. As the 2015 tournament gets underway we take a look at what impact running has on such stars.