How we use Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of information that lets a website store useful information to make for a better experience.

The Running Awards uses 2 kinds of cookies. The first type are ones that we directly set, and the second are ones that our trusted partners set.

The ones that we set are essential to the site's behaviour, by default these are disabled. They help us know that you are logged in and where you have come from in the website so that we can store your votes and send you to the correct pages. We recommend enabling cookies in order to use all the features of the website.

We use third party cookies set by:-

  • Google Analytics
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Each of these will have their own cookie policy which you should refer to. By default these cookies will also be disabled.

Our cookies

running_last_visit
Tells us the last time you visited the website

running_tracker
Tracks the last 5 pages viewed by the user, and is used primarily for redirection after logging in etc

running_last_activity
Every time the state is updated (the page reloaded) the last activity is set to the current datetime. Used to determine expiry.

running_sessionid
Each logged in member is given a random session number so we can serve you the content right for you

running_expiration
Tells us when we should automatically log you out

ra_likes
Allows you to like, even when not logged in

running_stashid
Used to retreive cached segments of the page. This will help load the site quicker for you

running_perpage
Tells the system how many entries to show per page before pagination is required

running_cpv
Determines if you've already submitted a survey.

running_flash
Used to store small information about an action you have just carried out, such as voting. It is deleted immediately after leaving a page.

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