Illustrator Luke McCambley gives us a short history lesson at some of the iconic kits that Steve Prefontaine wore throughout his career.
Rising U.S. sprints star Noah Lyles joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast before starting his sophomore season as a professional runner.
Editor’s note: Thank you to loyal reader Lena Weidenbruch for writing this year’s London Marathon Preview. She is a student at Fordham University and is currently studying abroad in foggy foggy London Town. If the conditions are right on Sunday, there is […]
Chris Chavez, Dana Giordano and David Melly preview the 2018 Boston Marathon and bring the fire #takes about the men’s and women’s elite fields.
We headed to a Brooks Running press conference and chatted with Desi Linden briefly about the Boston Marathon and its loaded women’s field.
Chris and Scott break down all the weekend’s best and worst action. This weekend, Erick Kiptanui became the 5th fastest half marathoner ever.
Gwen Jorgensen on joining the Bowerman Track Club, coming back after pregnancy, training with Shalane and responding to the critics on her marathon goals.
The 2018 Boston Marathon is approaching. The CITIUS MAG Podcast has been around for more than a year now and we’ve had six of the U.S. elites on the show.
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.
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?
We asked Lou Serafini how he managed to find that healthy balance between running, working and having a social life ahead of breaking four minutes.
Over the weekend Lou Serafini became the 514th American to break four minutes for the mile when he ran 3:59.33 at the Boston University Last Chance Meet.
Amy Cragg clocked a personal best of 2:21:42 at the Tokyo Marathon so does that put her among the greats on the Mt. Rushmore of U.S. Marathoning?