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Inspiring people to improve their fitness, health and wellbeing through running.
At Run4It we see running as a force for good, an accessible sport capable of inspiring people from all walks of life to feel and be their best and achieve great things.
Our teams, both in the shops and online, aim to help runners of all levels and interests improve their running experience, through providing the best possible range of products, coupled with great customer service.
Run4It Inverness is no exception and since opening in 2008, has helped thousands of runners to find their running shoes, while creating lasting links with the Highland running and fitness community. Thanks to support from within our local community, we have won awards at the National Running Awards for the past 5 years, in both the Customer Service and Independent Retailer categories.
When it comes to gear, we’ve got you covered! We stock an extensive range of road and trail running shoes from leading and emerging brands including adidas, Altra, ASICS, Brooks, HOKA, Inov8, New Balance, Nike, Salomon & Saucony. To accompany our footwear range, we have a great range of running clothing that ticks all the boxes for comfort, performance and style, together with a wide variety of running accessories including GPS watches, headphones, nutrition, socks, hats, gloves, and more. Brands including Ronhill, Nike & 2XU make up our clothing range, whilst others including AfterShokz, Goodr, Garmin, Hilly, Feetures, Petzl, Ronhill and Torq make up our accessories range.
We offer a free video analysis and shoe fitting service called +runlab in-store and can guide you on which running shoes are best suited to your needs and goals. To save you waiting, we recommend booking an appointment for our +runlab service online at run4it.com/book.
Calea, our Shop Manager, and her team are a knowledgeable bunch on hand to help you reach any running goal. The team has a wealth of experience and interests ranging from road and track running, to triathlon, to orienteering and hill running. From 800m up to ultramarathons - we've got you covered.
Run4It Run Club Inverness
Keep an eye on our Facebook page: facebook.com/Run4ItInverness for news of Run4It Run Club Inverness group runs and special events. All Run Club participants must be over the age of 18 and must complete the Run Club Registration Agreement before attending Run Club Events. Please click here to complete the form.
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Calea hails from Canada and joined the Run4It team as manager June 2022. A former collegiate footballer in USA, Calea turned her attentions to running to fill a gaping competitive void. Running quickly became a passion. The distances and challenges began to grow. From running a 10k race on the day her first child was born, to qualifying for the coveted Boston Marathon, only to miss out on a place by 1 second. The highs and lows are real and have led Calea down the path of middle-distance triathlons (70.3). Not one to be pigeon-holed, she has also completed a 60-mile ultramarathon and an 800km Switzerland to Germany cycle. In her 'spare' time, she can be found adventuring with her 3 active kids, wild swimming, run directing at the Junior Parkrun, and managing her Elevating Life Holistic Health Coaching business.
Lorna joined the Run4It Team in May 2023 after being self employed in the events industry for the previous decade. A long time hill and trail runner, Lorna has been a recent convert to road racing and duathlon and is a member of Triathlon Inverness. Lorna is a Hyrox and CrossFit competitor with a love of strength and endurance training. You will find Lorna in the gym, in the hills; running, walking or mountain biking and at Junior parkrun with her kids. Lorna also leads an active outdoor group in the Highlands, organising buggy running and bike trailer trekking for like minded parents.
Mark joined Run4It in July 2023. After 25 years in food service, food retail and economic development he decided to apply what he’d learned in business to his passion of getting active in the great outdoors. Mark competes and coaches in triathlon and recently added the Swansea IM 70.3 to fabulous experiences at Solo Point Five, IM Copenhagen, the Loch Ness Marathon and many other events.
Rachel joined the Run4It team in April 2022 and is currently studying Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Aberdeen. She has been running from a young age and is a member of the Inverness Harriers and the Aberdeen University Athletics Club. Rachel competes in a range of distances from 800m on the track to 10km on the road, but favours the unpredictability of cross country.
Yuka joined the Run4It team in October 2022 and is a personal trainer with a passion for the outdoors. She has been running from a young age and was part of the Inverness Harriers before she shifted her focus to mountain bike racing with the British Cycling Talent Team. Yuka enjoys running 5ks to ultramarathons, half marathons being her favourite. She also keeps busy through biking, hiking and climbing. If you are looking to improve your performance through strength training, she's your girl!
Cameron is a recent graduate of Sport & Exercise at UHI. He participates in long distance running and having completed half marathon and full marathon events has ambitions to move into ultras. Coming from a sport background his main goal is to help inspire and motivate people into achieving more and providing support in creating a long and healthy lifestyle.
Dan joined the Run4It team in March 2023 and is currently studying Fitness, Sports and Exercise at the University of Highlands and Islands. He has a passion for boxing and loves the running that goes along with it! Due to an injury sustained through running he has been unable to run in recent times. However, he has used this time away from running to try better understand the essentials for avoiding injury. Since the shoes you wear are one of those essentials, Dan is happy to be part of the Run4It team and assist in finding the right pair for you!
Nairn Road Runners are a small, friendly club, located in the coastal town of Nairn who cater for all running abilities. They run on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, details and times can be found on their website. We have been working with NRR since December 2013 supporting both their Turkey Trot on Boxing Day and 10K in March.
Inverness Harriers is the largest running club in the Highlands based at Queens Park, boasting a whopping membership of over 300, including 3 of our own staff. Being our local club, Run4It has always worked closely with the Harriers, resulting in a great partnership; we support them at events, and they support us in the shop. Whether it is track or field, cross country or road running you’re interested in, the Harriers will cater to it. Meeting twice a week, the details can be found on their website.
The most elusive of running clubs in the Highlands – If you manage to catch 5 members together, it’s an achievement! They specialise in hill running, with some cross country thrown in, and only running on the road when they really have to. Training happens on Tuesday, but members will meet for unofficial training sessions throughout the week.
We are really pleased to continue to work closely with jogscotland who now have several groups in the local area, including Muir of Ord, Culduthel and at the local Leisure Centre. To find out more about meet up times and locations please visit:
The Inverness Half Marathon is the perfect spring race to keep you motivated and training through the winter months. This popular race follows a scenic route with great PB potential through the Highland capital of Inverness. The route starts alongside the banks of the River Ness near the centre of Inverness and takes in many of the city’s icons. A warm Highland welcome awaits all runners as they approach the finish line on entering Queen’s Park Stadium at Inverness Sports Centre – achieved by nearly 3000 runners in 2019.
The Baxters Loch Ness Marathon is quite possibly one of the most stunning marathons in the world. With spectacular scenery, fantastic atmosphere and a truly memorable experience – it’s no wonder it was voted in the top 10 UK marathons by Runner’s World readers in 2016 and is on the bucket list for many runners from around the world. The Loch Ness Marathon follows a spectacular point-to-point route alongside world famous Loch Ness, starting in an atmospheric moorland setting and continues through stunning Highland scenery, taking you along the south-eastern shores of Loch Ness, across the River Ness, to finish in Inverness, capital city of the Highlands.
For those working towards a shorter race distance, there's the popular the River Ness 10K and 5K - ideal for first timers, PB chasers and everyone in between.
A family friendly club based in the North of Scotland, Triathlon Inverness welcomes all. If you are a multi-sporter or just interested in individual swim, bike or run discipline, our aim is to provide a fun and friendly environment that allows all members to reach their potential. Their training happens twice a week with special trail running events monthly.
Details can be found on their website: triathloninverness.co.uk
We often refer people to Fiona Hogg who specialises in sports injuries at Robust Physio Inverness, a local clinic delivering comprehensive physiotherapy services to athletes and people of all ages and ability.
Inverness Leisure is High Life Highland's largest sports, leisure and recreational facility in the Highlands - offering something for everyone all year round.
Facilities include a 25m swimming pool and health suite, climbing wall, sports hall, running track, and gym and fitness studios.
We are often told that the difference between us and other shops is our people. We think they are just the best. Each team member goes through a period of induction, training and assessment no matter what the job is. Over the years we have invested a load not just in the training but also in ensuring that we are giving the team the very best possible terms and conditions we can – it’s even written down in our business values.