The 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero has forged a unique partnership with Runner's World, the UK's biggest sports title, to create the definitive gala night recognising the very best in the running industry.
The Awards take place at indigo at The O2 in London on Friday April 24.
The nation's runners are being encouraged to choose who they think should be crowned the industry's best in two separate awards, the '2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero' and the 'Runner's World Personal Best Awards.'
In addition, voting for the Runner's World Personal Best Awards opens on February 23.
Both awards and all associated voting are completely independent of each other.
The 'Runner's World Personal Best Award' winners will be announced at the beginning of the ceremony in front of key industry figures and VIP guests, after which the '2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero' will continue into the evening.
Co-Founder of The Running Awards, Paul Corrick, says; “We are excited to announce our collaboration with Runner's World and to bring the ultimate awards celebration to a stunning London venue this April. This is a key event for industry leaders, and a great opportunity for networking whilst celebrating all things running. We are looking forward to a big and bold Awards celebration on April 24.”
Runner's World Editor, Andy Dixon, says; “As the UK's leading running magazine we are delighted to partner with the 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero. The Runner's World Personal Best Awards will continue to offer unique recognition of the very best in the industry, as voted by the people who matter most – the nation's runners.”
Everydayhero is the headline 2015 award sponsor, with additional partner sponsors including Gallowglass Group and Skechers Performance™ Division. Event organisers Reality Ltd have teamed up with Pic2Go UK to bring social media image technology to the ceremony – the first time this technology application has been put into action at an awards event in the UK.