How Henna Rustami went from one of the slowest girls on her HS team to an Ivy League champ for Columbia + the importance of more diversity and role models in the sport.
Mary Cain sits down to discuss her allegations of verbal and physical abuse that she raised against Alberto Salazar in November, the process of coming forward to the New York Times and the aftermath of one of the biggest stories in the sport for 2019.
Outside Magazine called it the ‘Wildest Race on the Urban Running Scene.’ You’ve probably seen photos and coverage of it in Runner’s World or VICE. Now there’s a book about the Midnight Half.
A long-awaited guest for the podcast finally joins the show…Jenny Simpson sits down to take a deep dive on her career from high school to her plans for 2020.
Kate Gustafson shares her story of how she went from growing up in a small Canadian town with Olympic hockey dreams to one of Canada’s finest marathoners and coaches.
Mother of three. Full-time nurse. 2:29 Marathoner. Roberta Groner recaps her World Championships, NYC Marathon double.
Shalane Flanagan finishes her career with 16 national titles, four Olympic team appearances, an Olympic silver medal in the 10,000 meters from the 2008 Summer Games, a 2011 world cross country silver medal, the third-fastest marathon time by a U.S. woman and a marquee victory at the 2017 New York City Marathon
Meet Trevor Hofbauer – the Canadian marathon champion who lowered his personal best from 2:16:48 to 2:09:51 at the Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
A special live recording of the CITIUS MAG Podcast featuring Bowerman Track Club athletes Moh Ahmed, Ryan Hill and Evan Jager alongside Dan Fitzgerald, Chief Heartbreaker and Co-Founder of Heartbreak Hill Running Company.
Joe Kovacs details just exactly how he managed to win gold at the 2019 IAAF World Championships on the farthest throw in nearly three decades.
After a few days of reflecting, Chris Chavez, Ryan Welsh and Yosef Herzog take us through how their races at the 2019 Berlin Marathon played out. Spoiler Alert: All PRs.
Through his mother’s inspiration, while battling cancer, he decided to sign up for his first marathon. After her passing, he took a break from running but then found it again. Hear how he developed a passion for the sport and then brought that same football-basketball mentality to chase his best on the track and roads.
Yosef Herzog has been called the “Magic Mike” of stage managers by the Today Show but way before he was preparing to try and BQ, he could barely tie his shoelaces without getting out of breath.
The 13x All-American, 6x individual NCAA champion, 5x team champion and NCAA Division III record holder in the 5,000 meters that you maybe haven’t heard of.
“The ugly side of the sport is an amazing thing that we get to experience as runners. That’s the most appealing thing to me about running is just to get yourself in these pretty daunting situations, pull yourself up and march through it. Usually, it works pretty well as a larger metaphor for life.”
“Why do I go to the track every day? Why do I not give up? It’s because I’m hopeful that the new technology in treating cancer and personalizing medicine will work. It’s no secret that my disease and I need […]
Just a small town girl who ended up as one of the most visible runners in New York City and on the cover of Runner’s World.
Lindsay Crouse of The New York Times joins the Runners of NYC Podcast to share her own running stories and insight into her recent op-ed and video that highlight’s how Nike does not guarantee female athletes a salary during their pregnancies.
Chris Chavez and Ryan Fenton reminisce on their Flotrack days, how they got their start in running media, calling @ChrisSolinsky’s American record + much more.
“It felt like the crowd noise hit me – actually hit me in the chest. Like, ‘Holy shit. This is so loud.’ I didn’t even realize that running races could be that loud.”
Three marathons and three podium finishes. Jordan Hasay joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast after finishing third at the 2019 Boston Marathon in 2:25:20.