Chuckanut 50K; Max King breaks his own course record and Ladia Albertson-Junkans wins her 50k debut. Rickey Gates in the midst of an East-West U.S. traverse
With week seven of training in the books and less than a month to go until showtime, I’m feeling pretty snappy. The past seven days have been probably the smoothest sailing of my heroic training block and in the process of […]
Indoor track’s over. Outdoor doesn’t fully pop off for a few weeks. We just skated through the Ides of March. And we have nothing running-related that we want to write about right now. So we here at Citius Mag are […]
A look at the elite races at the 2017 NYC Half. The field includes U.S. Olympians Meb Keflezighi, Jared Ward , Molly Huddle, Amy Hastings and Desi Linden.
Molly Huddle joins the Citius Mag Podcast to discuss her goals and motivation ahead of her last track season, chasing records, her marathon future and more.
There are unwritten rules in running and tailgating is one of the worst sins. Here’s how to recognize, address and solve the situation on easy runs.
With March Madness starting, we throw it back to a dramatic race between Chris Webber, Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Ernie Johnson.
What is the greatest footrace in history? We’ve decided to put together a bracket and allow you to vote on who wins all throughout March. Enter now!
The 2017 Footrace Fever bracket challenge is underway on Citius Mag and we’re calling on you to help us decide what is the greatest race ever. We have pop culture, Olympic, U.S. and classic race separated into different regions. We […]
Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; […]
Welcome to a new, sporadically-occurring column here at Citius Mag, “Citius Talks Tech,” where a randomly selected member of our staff will be talking about tech, and its intersection with the wild and wacky world of athletics. Have a topic […]
Day one’s in the books. It was a good day full of surprises and unfortunate, retroactively enforced DQs (going forward, please don’t be a snitch). In both the men’s and women’s DMRs, the teams with the slowest 400m split actually […]
Ajee Wilson joins the show fresh off her USA Indoors 600m title and a very busy 2016 season that included the Olympics and a new training partner.
Yesterday, Twitter user Jake Hesson (@HessonJake) slid on into our DMs like a dawg and posed the following question: Hey so I know NCAAs this weekend could be a possible tie on paper (FL vs Oregon). I’d love to hear […]
Data, predictions and projections for the 2017 NCAA Division I Indoor Championships, which take place this weekend in College Station, Texas.
Part two in our ongoing series of how to topple this weekends NCAA titans. Please take all advice with a grain of salt. FIND PART ONE HERE. THE JUMPS If sabotage isn’t your thing, then perhaps it’s time to consider […]