The London Landmarks Half Marathon & Tommy’s have won the BT Sport Industry Active Award. These awards, which are presented by the Sports Industry Group to shine a light on the best and bravest in sport, are one of the biggest dates in the industry calendar.
High-profile attendees at the ceremony included England and Manchester City star Raheem Sterling, England Manager Gareth Southgate, former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Baroness Valerie Amos, Britain’s most decorated Olympian Dame Katherine Grainger, swimming sensation Adam Peaty, racing’s Sir AP McCoy and rising athletics star Laura Muir.
LLHM Race Director Lia Fyles said:
Words can’t describe how over the moon we are that the London Landmarks Half Marathon & Tommy’s have won the prestigious BT Sport Industry Active Award. We were up against some big hitters in the sports industry, which has made this award a particularly delightful surprise. We’re so proud of how successful the LLHM has been and the fundraising that has been generated, and to have this recognised by the wider sports industry is an absolute honour.