Watch CITIUS MAG’s first-ever mini-documentary on Zach Prescott, the Boston University runner who ran a 4:43.2 mile while juggling three balls.
7:00 AM – Ah! At last! Sunday. Our day of truest worship. The day that, many moons ago, our great leader decreed: “Ye shall run Long once a week and ye shall wait until the finalest day to do doth […]
Nick Roche details how he plans to run an Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier while also balancing a full-time job with Adidas and working with elite runners.
It is my pleasure to share with you my latest documentary, “Year of the Bison: A Portrait of Nick Symmonds during his Final Track Season.” This feature-length documentary follows 2 x Olympian/World Silver Medalist, Nick Symmonds through his final season […]
Although this documentary is about a man, Robert Young, attempting to run across the United States in record time, this stranger-than-fiction kind of story almost really isn’t about that. Todd Kapostasy produces a fascinating story of what he thought was […]
the 2018 Boston Marathon will be showing some love to an oft-forgotten, nary celebrated sub-section of runners: the age grouper. Through funding from adidas and The Woolmark Company, the top-20 in 13 age group categories will be earning long-sleeve Merino wool shirts.
Andrew Wise wrapped up his college career at Western Washington. He’s got a job after college but now he’s living out of a van to chase personal bests.
We hit the road from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to witness 40+ teams take on the harsh task of running a 340-miles relay race called The Speed Project.
Get to know Mr. Pat Dormer. He was my high school coach and one of my biggest influences and mentors in the sport. He’s got some ideas on growing track.
First Things First gives viewers an inside look at elite athletes training in Flagstaff while eating hamburgers and answering questions at the same time.
Every once in a while, you’ll lace ‘em up and have a day where everything just clicks. Your stride is effortless, your concentration on point, you can easily lock into the zone and just fly. If you’re lucky, that day […]
At the 2018 Tokyo Marathon, 9 Japanese runners ran sub-2:10 with 6 of them placing top 10. How is the country beating USA at developing top marathoners?
I haven’t been able to get Maurice Ravel’s Bolero out of my head for the last ten or so days. There are a lot of reasons we like sports. Many times they merely act as a distraction from the weight […]