Allie Ostrander elaborates on her comments calling out commentators who discuss women’s bodies during races.
“Why do I go to the track every day? Why do I not give up? It’s because I’m hopeful that the new technology in treating cancer and personalizing medicine will work. It’s no secret that my disease and I need […]
Just a small town girl who ended up as one of the most visible runners in New York City and on the cover of Runner’s World.
“It felt like the crowd noise hit me – actually hit me in the chest. Like, ‘Holy shit. This is so loud.’ I didn’t even realize that running races could be that loud.”
Dao-Yi Chow, Eugene Tong and Ryo Yamamoto are some of the coolest people in the New York City clothing industry so how and why did they start their own running crew?
Three marathons and three podium finishes. Jordan Hasay joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast after finishing third at the 2019 Boston Marathon in 2:25:20.
In 2018, Veronica ran 2:49:41 and finished as the 13th overall woman in a race with driving rain and cold temperatures. But why was she disappointed with it?
Andrew Lemoncello made the Olympics for Great Britain in 2008 so how’d he end up running 200-mile weeks in Portland with the Jacuzzi Boys?
Reed Fischer takes us through his 62:06 half marathon in Houston that wasn’t seen on TV + his plans before the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
Jim Walmsley runs to the CITIUS MAG Podcast after running 64:00 at the Houston Half Marathon to discuss that performance and what comes next.
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 […]
Grayson Murphy opens up about how she dealt with anxiety and injuries in her first year as a professional with Northern Arizona Elite.
Kate Murphy joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to open up for the first time since announcing her decision to medically retire from the Oregon track team at 19 years old.
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.
Looking back at the year in running! The 2018 award show is now out! Kevin Liao and Chris Chavez look back at all the best moments and athletes from a wild and wacky year on the track and roads.
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.