Take a trip down memory lane with Adam Goucher as we recall the 1998 Colorado cross country team that was chronicled in Running With The Buffaloes.
The 80th NCAA Cross Country Championships in Madison, Wisconsin, had one race go totally against form and the other totally hold form, all on a classic Midwestern late fall day in a fantastic atmosphere. It was the most fun I’ve […]
Here is something cool to peruse the night before the NCAA Cross Country Championships. Over the last year I’ve put together a more-or-less complete listing of the top individuals at every collegiate cross country national championship (the NCAA Division I […]
Ben Flanagan joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to take us through the lead up to his NCAA Championship 10,000m win and why he ended up calling out for his mom.
Today is Day 4 of the NCAA outdoor track and field championships and the wommen’s champions will be crowned. This is the last meet ever held in the historic version of Hayward Field. On Wednesday I helped Chris Chavez preview […]
What happened at yesterday’s NCAA Championships? Here is your short summary of the conclusion to the men’s competition. Complete results GEORGIA WINS IN UPSET The Georgia Bulldogs won the team title in an upset. They never trailed on the scoredboard […]
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.
Former Oregon distance runner Emma Abrahamson joins The CITIUS MAG Podcast to chat about her days running for the Ducks and YouTube fame.
In this week’s Thursday Morning Trackstravaganza and Field Frenzy by Jesse Squire, he assigned a rival to every Division I Track and Field team in the U.S.
Jesse Squire breaks down a full schedule for you to know what + when to watch track and field action this weekend includes Stanford Invite & Florida Relays.
In the spirit of March Madness, here are the biggest upsets in the history of college track and field and came up with a list across a variety of events.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up on Saturday. How can you as a track fan and/or runner, more sedately celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
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 […]