Editor’s Note: Eric is one of Jim Walmsley’s training partners with the Coconino Cowboys. OK. Now that we disclosed that, here are his thoughts. Jim Walmsley has recently been the recipient of more vitriol than any other runner. The hatred […]
Matthew Luke Meyer has quickly become one of the friendliest and most familiar faces in the New York City running scene but we delved into how this all still very new to him.
How Alison Desir discovered running and made international headlines with a run from Harlem to Washington, D.C. while raising more than $100,000 for Planned Parenthood in the process.
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 […]
Get to know Caitlin Phillips. She is a two-time U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier with a personal best of 2:37:48 from the 2018 Berlin Marathon. She has more than 10 years of running experience in New York including stints with NYAC and Black Roses NYC.
Get to know David Perry. He’s a captain for adidas Runners NYC with very fast personal bests from his days as an All-American at Portland. He landed in NYC to pursue his dreams in fashion and has his own line of men’s sportswear called BLK RBN.
Introducing Runners of NYC. A new podcast that will capture the essence of the New York City running culture through the people and stories that run its streets.
Some people enjoy positing how either an ultramarathoner would have fared in the conditions (like Boston) or how Eliud Kipchoge would tackle an ultramarathon
CITIUS MAG contributor and photographer R.J. McNichols followed the Brooklyn Track Club at Hood to Coast, where the team finished 13th overall and third in their respective division.
Stephen Kersh presents: On the Social Contract; or, Principles of Runner’s Rights. These are the soon-to-be-agreed-upon tenets that I believe will ultimately lead to a more perfect union within our niche community.
An interned decided that Eric Senseman was worth following on Instagram and it led to a crazy chain of events for one of our favorite ultrarunners.