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.
Unless you’re a big fan of wine, you may not have heard of Lodi, California. The town with a population of nearly 65,000 is primarily known for its wine industry but often sits in the shadow of better known wine […]
An animated look at when Courtney Frerichs, now the American record holder in the steeplechase, broke 60 seconds for the 400 meters – a major goal for her.
The sixth edition of the Lodi Mile on Sunday, August 12 will feature two-time Olympian Kim Conley in the women’s race and 3:53 miler Garrett Heath along with four other sub-four minute milers in the men’s race. Conley, who competed […]
Fresh off setting the American record in the steeplechase American record at the Monaco Diamond League, Courtney Frerichs opens up about her incredible race
Stephanie Bruce joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to talk about patience in the sport and working toward big moments after her summer success.
Tyler Mueller’s alternative rise to professional running from his time at Lehigh through his multiple retirements, injuries and now a leader on Tinman Elite
Shelby Houlihan pulled off a historic achievement on Sunday by becoming just the second woman to ever win both the 1500 meters and 5000 meters at a single USA Outdoor Championships. The only other woman to ever pull off the […]
The timeless tradition of carbo-loading before races resulted in some fun social media traffic this weekend at the USA Track and Field Championships in Des Moines. Here’s the backstory: Due to a flight delay, world silver medalist Courtney Frerichs didn’t […]
We sat down with the Tinman Elite team for a podcast taping in Des Moines. The guests included Drew Hunter, Sam Parsons, Reed Fischer and Tyler Mueller.
Dawn Harper-Nelson competed in her first outdoor national championships in 2004. Fourteen years later, she will be racing in her last U.S. championships after announcing that the 2018 season would be her last as a professional hurdler. Haper-Nelson walks away […]
Today has been full of mistakes. My first day on a press trip, and I’ve completely, totally, utterly dropped the ball. I’m currently on-assignment covering the Western States Endurance Run. I cannot emphasize enough the poor job I’ve done. Today […]
The dream seasons of Noah Lyles and Aleia Hobbs continued Friday with victories in the 100 meter dash at the 2018 USATF Track and Field Championships. Lyles, known primarily as a 200 meter runner, sneaked past Ronnie Baker in the […]
If anything has characterized the 2018 track season thus far, it’s been the changing of the guard we’ve seen in many events, particularly in the sprints. The aging Justin Gatlin and retired Usain Bolt have handed the torch to youngsters […]
On Running Things Considered, one caller decided to share this thoughts on Steve Prefontaine being one of the most overrated U.S. runners ever.
Sarah Sellers joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast and sits down with Chris Chavez to discuss her breakthrough at the Boston Marathon + moving forward.