Here at Citius Mag, we understand that podcasts have boomed in popularity in recent years and so we’d like to offer you some options from within our network:
Every week, Chris Chavez chats with some of the notable athletes and coaches of the sport. Past guests include Olympians Molly Huddle, Robby Andrews, Donn Cabral, Sheila Reid and many more.
Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye host a podcast while playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers, one of the best teams in the NBA. Why not have that in running? Woody Kincaid of the Nike Bowerman Track Club goes deep with one of his teammates once-a-month for an inside look at the club. Woody is in his rookie season as a professional runner so it’s also a learning experience for him.
The 1609 Podcast is a weekly show that focuses on all things running. Join Alexandra Sizemore and Evan Schwartz as they chat all things running news, give gear and nutrition reviews, talk elite results, and interview other members of the running community.
On the north side of the border there are few track clubs more storied and talked about than the Speed River Track and Field Club and the closely related University of Guelph program. The club may not be the oldest but it has made good use of its time to cultivate immortal track legends, build unmatched dynasties and get people to talk about track and field again.
This new podcast is a full-access tour of the club, offering glimpses at the lives of Olympians and top tier athletes and those who are hungry to reach that level.
From the less-than-glamorous beginnings of winter-running on recycled conveyor belts (for lack of an indoor track ) to producing world recognized runners like Genevieve Lalonde, Reid Coolsaet, Eric Gillis, Taylor Milne and Anthony Romaniw, this is a complete guide to the premier Canadian track club.
Paul Snyder and Stephen Kersh live in Flagstaff, Arizona. A lot of serious runners pass through the city and so thrilling conversations ensue when they sit down to chat. It’s an off-the-wall conversation that sometimes doesn’t have anything to do with running. Buckle up because your earholes may not be ready for these boys.