Runners High 'n Tri

Local resource, national reconition

Dick Beardsley
Dick Beardsley

Dick Beardsley is an American long-distance runner best known for his close finish with Alberto Salazar in the 1982 Boston Marathon.

Wall Of Fame
Wall Of Fame

Our quest speakers signed their autograph on our Wall of Fame.

Kristin Armstrong
Kristin Armstrong

Kristin Armstrong is a professional road bicycle racer and two-time Olympic gold medalist, the winner of the women's individual time trial in 2008 and 2012.

Chrissy Wellington
Chrissy Wellington

Visited Runners High 'n Tri for the second time as a part of Guest Speaker Series.

Top 50 Stores Award
Top 50 Stores Award

We won Top 50 Specialty Run Stores in America.

Local Races
Local Races

We sponsor many local races

Chrissy Wellington
Chrissy Wellington

4 times Hawaii Ironman Champion

Craig Alexander
Craig Alexander

Craig Alexander is an Australian triathlete who is the 2008, 2009 & 2011 Ironman Triathlon World Champion. He is the course record holder for the Hawaii Ironman World championship.

Community Run
Community Run

Runners High 'n Tri organize many charity fun run to raise money for a good cause.

Runners High 'n Tri : Local Resource,

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

Since 1990, we’ve been an anchor business in downtown Arlington Heights and a valuable resource for the local athletic community. The heart of our store is helping to change lives through athletic participation. Our team members are experienced and avid fitness experts with numerous marathons and Ironman races to their credit. We’re also proud of our national recognition: Competitor Magazine has named Runners High’n Tri as one of the Top 50 best running stores in America several times.  

Shop local, support our community

Another fact that brings us great pride is being part of this community. Locally owned stores are more than just the corner store—they’re the foundation of our economy. That’s why where you buy matters. Local businesses reinvest in the area economy at a 60% higher rate than chains. That means that the dollars spent here get re-spent in Arlington Heights, supporting other local businesses as well. It’s about an interconnected economy that keeps our community strong. 

Shop local—it’s personal 

When people buy local, it’s personal. We live in the same community and we’re all connected. We’re also more likely to support hometown activities and events. At Runners High’n Tri, we’re your area experts, but we’re also your friends and neighbors. Taking good care of you means we’re taking good care of our community.