Normally, the British seem to have their shit together. They strike me as a well-organized brood with a sharp sense of humor that can sometime not be understood but is nonetheless appreciated because of their silly, fun accents. However, like […]
Upon writing this, there are plenty of actual scenarios you can gamble on for the 2017 World Championships. Now, that being said, I have no idea how to actually go about placing a bet. If someone came up to me […]
Jim Walmsley discusses his expectations and hopes for the 2017 Western States 100 race, what he learned at the Air Force, 2020 Olympic Trials and more.
Runners are a special brand of neurotic and, because of this, Citius Mag is proud to introduce our latest column: Self-Help for the Helpless. This weekly column will field questions from readers, and our resident guru, Washington State District 2A […]
A pre-pubescent boy walks into his middle-school gymnasium during his lunch period. Usually, he plays four square with the other nerds and avoids his puberty-having counterparts playing a game of half-court basketball. He avoids them because he lacks the dexterity […]
Imagine for a second that we’re in pre-9/11 America, and you’ve somehow been sucked into your HBO-connected television while watching The Sopranos. You’re wearing a tasteful track suit, huddled around a butcher’s table covered in capicola (“gabagool”), and surrounded by […]
Here is the deal with Steve Prefontaine: he is no longer with us. “He is no longer with us” is a pretty banal way to classify death. Sometimes at brunch, my buddy gets up to go to the bathroom and, […]
Portland, Oregon: home to several nice bridges, severe gentrification, and lovely late spring weather. The 2017 Portland Twilight meet is taking advantage of that latter fact in hosting their third annual meet. Initially created as a qualifying meet for collegiate athletes looking […]
Well, we did it again: we gathered the brightest minds at Citius HQ to come up with some betting lines for Breaking2. It should be noted that none of us are privy to the subtle intricacies of setting a betting […]
Kenenisa Bekele could be poised for a fast race in London this weekend. And things could go awry for Eliud Kipchoge in Italy. What if both scenarios unfold?
The one-time champion of the New Brighton Mini Marathon, hampered by loneliness, debt, and hours wasted at family court, predicts the men’s race at Boston.