David Rudisha’s quad strain will lead to a new world champion being crowned in London but is there a clear favorite for the title?
Last Thursday night, the Blue Jeans Mile record books were re-written at the CITIUS MAG x Lost Boys Track Club Blue Jeans Mile at the East River Park track in New York City. Spencer Brown, best known for his accomplishments […]
Two-time Olympian Amy Hastings-Cragg joins the show before she competes in the marathon at the IAAF World Championships in London.
David Blaine’s dark eyes stare unblinkingly into yours, reaching out stoically from the confines of your computer screen and intoning the type of quiet, serious concentration you’d expect from a man whose profession is listed as magician. Wait. No. That’s […]
More than 50,000 people showed up to watch track and field at the U18 World Championships in Kenya and we chatted to Cathal Dennehy about that atmosphere.
Three-time U.S. Olympian Dathan Ritzenhein joined the CITIUS MAG Podcast just days after announcing that he has joined the Hansons-Brooks Original Distance
To paraphrase an article which ran today on Wired’s UK website that paraphrased the results of a study conducted somewhat through the Queensland University of Technology Business School: World class male tennis players are legally doping through increases in testosterone brought about […]
Some thoughts into the pros and cons behind the 2024 or 2028 Olympics that will be hosted in Los Angeles after the IOC agreed to award both Games in September.