The 2016 Running Awards launch on the 21st September. Help us find the best in running with a free nomination or vote on anything from races and equipment to technology and nutrition next Monday!
Following the success of last year we’ve expanded and now have an updated website, bigger event calendar, new playlist and most importantly an improved category list. Thanks to the impressive feedback from runners and the industry alike the following categories have finally been decided, with certain special categories to be launched later in the year:
Runners’ Favourite Charity
Women's Sports Bra
The winners will then be announced at the 2016 awards ceremony in April. An even bigger celebration than last time. Our current list of dates is below:
21st September – Nominations and voting opens
4th December – Nominations close
8th December – Shortlists (top 12) announced in each category
22nd March – Voting in all but Charity and Event categories closes
20th April - Voting in Event categories closes
22nd April – The 2016 Running Awards Ceremony (Charity voting open until finale of ceremony)
For any further information please contact us here, we look forward to your help in finding the best in running. To see all winners from previous years please click here.
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.
Posted April 25th 2015 by The 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero
The 2015 results are in! Come check out all of our winners, as voted for by runners...
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 March 13th 2015 by The 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero
The definitive awards evening in the world of running is taking place on the 24th April in London. Not only will it be a night celebrating all things running, but also awards to recognise the best as voted for by the public.