From his early running days through his four NCAA title wins as a senior at Wisconsin, Morgan McDonald unpacks his career thus far.
Peter Ciaccia dishes on what he’s been up to since retiring as New York Road Runners director of events in Nov. 2018 and plans to run the 2020 New York City Marathon.
A question for running fans ahead of the the Michael Jordan documentary coming out: What track and field film or documentary would you want to see made if you gave hollywood producers an unlimited budget? It can be multiple parts.
Kira Garry is a research data associate at NYU Langone. She has a masters in public health from Michigan & studied the history + anthropological perspective of the ‘14 Ebola so we got her thoughts on coronavirus + Olympic Trials getting moved to 2021
“To be perfectly honest, I forget about it every year…The kids on the team are usually the ones that are like ‘Hey! It was on this date.’ I’m like, ‘Really? Oh okay.’ I almost always forget about it. I told […]
“There’s something inherently interesting about people going out to seek out what their limits are. The format is interesting too because you don’t really know if the race is going to end in one day, two days or six days. […]
From Brian Sell’s Olympic marathon trials run to developing a young Desiree Davila, Keith and Kevin Hanson share stories from their 20 years advancing American distance running.
Track and Field History Podcast with Jesse Squire on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network. It is now available to listen to on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Anchor.