In the last couple weeks, I’ve gone public with my hopes of one day going on the show “Survivor.” I’ve watched maybe 475 of the 504 episodes that have aired and at 23 years old with some relative fitness at the […]
Rarely do runners find themselves in the headlines of non-running-centric journalistic outlets. That’s just the way it is, and unless you discover a dead body during your morning run, help a wobbly-kneed competitor across the finish line at a local […]
Galen Rupp and Jordan Hasay head to Prague this weekend, to compete in a traditionally very quick half marathon, and try to each break a decade old AR.
Aidan Reed, a freshman at Southern Utah, reflects on wearing the Team USA kit for the first time and competing at the 2017 IAAF World Cross Country Championships.
Aesop once wrote of a farmer, whose goose laid a golden egg daily. He grew rich off of his fowl’s cloacal output. But one day, his greed drove him to slaughter the golden goose, hoping to harvest all of its […]
With the World Cross Country Championships wrapping up mid-day on Sunday in the U.S., we decided to take a closer look at how the team Senior Men’s and Women’s scoring played out. Okay, here we go! Starting with the men’s race, […]
After a frenzied last few days in the Citius newsroom churning out content at a breakneck pace, attempting to keep up with the seemingly endless demand and kudos being heaped on us, we’re finally ready to conclude MUSIC WEEK. And what better […]
It seems more people are clamoring to see a sub-4:00 (or sub-4:36 for the ladies) than we had expected. So we’re going to keep tabs on the rapidly expanding prize purse here, instead of in the original announcement. Stay tuned to […]
With the 2017 World Cross Country Championships slated to pop off mid-day Sunday (East Africa Time Zone), the Citius Mag Stats Department scoured the internet for the finest publicly available XC figures, data and numbers, in order to prepare the […]
Fresh off coaching Karisa Nelson to an NCAA title, Samford distance coach Pat McGregor joins the show to discuss coaching at 26 and how he got there.
You’ve pounded the pavement to no avail. You’ve traipsed over your fair share of trails, fruitlessly. You’ve gulped down GU and freebased ferritin without a hint of improvement. You’ve meddled in meditation and maxed out your mantras, but your ills […]
As he finishes up work on his second book, Basketball (and Other Things), Shea Serrano took a few minutes to chat about his running, Olympics, San Antonio
Bruce Springsteen is the best but what’s the best album. Using the scoring system of a track meet, Paul Snyder examines The Boss’ greatest hits and albums.
Jake and Zane Robertson, the twins who moved from New Zealand to Kenya at the age of 17 are now the fastest twins over the half marathon distance. Zane captured the New Zealand and Oceania Record at the 2015 Marugame […]