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.
Camille Herron ran a stunning 162.9 miles over 24 hours and finished her first 100 miles in 13 hours and 25 minutes, both new world records on a track.
A few days before the CIM Marathon, Brogan Austin woke up with a sinus infection that included a sore throat and swollen tonsils. Then, he won the USATF Marathon Championships. How’d he do it?
EDITOR’S NOTE: Noah Droddy (fast) has been a Citius Mag supporter since day one. That’s why when he sent us this blog ahead of CIM, we decided to throw him a bone. Let that be a lesson to the rest of […]
Leah O’Connor joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss her recent article titled “Dear Struggling Runner” and her recent string of injuries.
ESPN’s John Anderson joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss what it’s like being the play-by-play voice of the New York City Marathon.
The day before the New York City Marathon a much shorter championship race takes place. With a whole mess of prize money on the line, American middle distance runners lined up on a rainy Saturday morning to decide this year’s […]
Cam Levins joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss his Canadian marathon record after shattering Jerome Drayton’s previous mark by 44 seconds.
Allie Kieffer joins us on the CITIUS MAG Podcast to revisit her breakout at the 2017 NYC Marathon and bigger plans for her return.
Parker Stinson joins The CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss his training and expectations for the 2018 Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
The origin of the Called Shot, as it relates to modern sports talk, dates back to a New York World-Telegram headline that read “RUTH CALLS SHOT AS HE PUTS HOME RUN NO. 2 IN SIDE POCKET.” This headline, of course, […]
The splits are crazy but we’re going to breakdown the actual most impressive part of Eliud Kipchoge’s marathon world record yesterday. It’s his post-race celebration. The man accelerated after running a 2:01:39 marathon. People typically can’t walk after a 26.2 […]
We have released a very brie episode of The CITIUS MAG Podcast from a short chat with Eliud Kipchoge – the world’s greatest marathoner.
Kyle Merber and I meet up in Brooklyn to chat about the 2018 Hoka One One Long Island Mile, which will be held on September 5th at Bay Shore High School.