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Winners announced of 2015 Running Awards in association with everydayhero

Members of the UK’s running industry came together at the superb Indigo at The 02 in London on April 24 to celebrate the achievements of some of its top brands, races and individuals.

BBC Sports presenter Mike Bushell hosted the event – now in its second year – and, along with the likes of Martin Yelling, Jemma Simpson and Lornah Kiplagat, handed out prizes to the following winners, which are all voted for by runners:

Best Moment: Amy Hughes 53.53.

Best Blog: The Fat Girls’ Guide To Running.

Best Book: Triathlon It Hurts.

Best Charity: Cancer Research UK.

Best Compression Brand: Skins

Best Customer Service: Run 4 It.

Best Entry Level Shoe: New Balance 680 V2.

Best Entry Level Tech GPS: TomTom Runner.

Best Headphones: Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless.

Best Headwear: Buff Original.

Best Independent Retailer: Run 4 It.

Best Magazine: Runner’s World.

Best Men’s Clothing: Ashmei.

Best Men’s Shoe: Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14.

Best National/Multiple Retailer: Sweatshop.

Best Nutrition Brand: High5.

Best Online Retailer: Wiggle.

Best Protection Product: Event Clip.

Best Running Pack: CamelBak HydroBak 1.51.

Best Running Tech: Garmin Forerunner 10.

Best Website (Non Magazine): Run Mummy Run.

Best Shoe Brand: Brooks.

Best Socks (Non Compression): Ashmei Road Running Short.

Best Sports Drink: Lucozade Sport.

Best Trail Shoe: Salomon Speedcross 3.

Best Training App: Strava.

Best Wellbeing Brand: Clif Bar.

Best Women’s Clothing: Nike.

Best Women’s Shoe: Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14.

Best Women’s Sports Bra: Shock Absorber Ultimate Run Bra.

Best 10K: Southport Mad Dog Seaside 10K.

Best Endurance Race: Mizuno Endure 24.

Best Event Series: Parkrun.

Best Fun Run: The Color Run – London.

Best Half Marathon: Ealing Half Marathon.

Best International Event: SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon.

Best Marathon: ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon.

Best Obstacle Race: Wolf Run – Winter Wolf.

Paul Corrick, co-founder of The Running Awards, says: “We have created the definitive gala night, which recognises the very best in the running industry and we are proud to be the only independent awards ceremony celebrating the best of running and its culture, where the runners decide who gets awarded the trophies and the sought-after gold badge.”

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