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.
61-year-old Joan Samuelson ran yesterday’s Boston Marathon in 3:04:00. That’s really fast. How fast? Age-grading calculators say that’s worth about 2:19 for a woman under age 35. Her stated goal was to run within 40 minutes of the time she […]
Eric Senseman joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast for a lighthearted chat about his running roots what led him to the longest of the long distance running scenes.
Alrighty, I’ll jump right in here with my four quick things from today’s final competition at the 2019 USATF Indoor National Championships. Donavan Brazier threw down The Nike Oregon Project athlete absolutely crushed in the men’s 600 meters competition, running […]
Without further ado, here are a couple of thoughts from the racing today at the USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships on Staten Island: Clayton Murphy has the 1,000m in the palm of his hand The NOP stand-out controlled […]
Reed Fischer takes us through his 62:06 half marathon in Houston that wasn’t seen on TV + his plans before the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
Jim Walmsley runs to the CITIUS MAG Podcast after running 64:00 at the Houston Half Marathon to discuss that performance and what comes next.
Editor’s Note: Eric is one of Jim Walmsley’s training partners with the Coconino Cowboys. OK. Now that we disclosed that, here are his thoughts. Jim Walmsley has recently been the recipient of more vitriol than any other runner. The hatred […]
Christian Coleman had one heck of a 2018 season full of ups and downs that make him worthy of not just an athlete of the year nomination, but also a nod for comeback athlete of the year.
Scott Fauble returns to the podcast to discuss his new book ‘Inside A Marathon’ and how he finished 7th at the 2018 NYC Marathon. He’s also running the 2019 Boston Marathon.