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.
On Running Things Considered, one caller decided to share this thoughts on Steve Prefontaine being one of the most overrated U.S. runners ever.
David Ribich joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast after wrapping up his NCAA career at Western Oregon, where he won back-to-back NCAA Division II titles.
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.
7:00 AM – Ah! At last! Sunday. Our day of truest worship. The day that, many moons ago, our great leader decreed: “Ye shall run Long once a week and ye shall wait until the finalest day to do doth […]
Nick Roche details how he plans to run an Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier while also balancing a full-time job with Adidas and working with elite runners.
Rising U.S. sprints star Noah Lyles joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast before starting his sophomore season as a professional runner.
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.
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.
We hit the road from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to witness 40+ teams take on the harsh task of running a 340-miles relay race called The Speed Project.
“Bad Boys For Life: The Story of Alberto And Diddy.” The film will follow Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and his effort to run the 2003 ING New York City Marathon.
Get to know Mr. Pat Dormer. He was my high school coach and one of my biggest influences and mentors in the sport. He’s got some ideas on growing track.
First Things First gives viewers an inside look at elite athletes training in Flagstaff while eating hamburgers and answering questions at the same time.
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?