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Track and field's biggest names on the track, in the coaching ranks and within the industry sit down and open up in-depth to share brilliant insights and vivid snapshots from their professional/personal accomplishments and experiences in the sport. Hosted CITIUS MAG founder Chris Chavez. The show was named one of "The Best Running Podcasts" by Runner's World in 2021. Get more at https://CITIUSMAG.com ▶ Follow us: https://twitter.com/CitiusMag | https://instagram.com/citiusmag | https://www.y ...
 
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"I had no idea how much this meant to people. I knew how much this meant to me, Sara and Keira. For the outpouring of support, you would think that we swept the podium. It's so cool that people appreciate the performance for what it was. I think we did everything right in the race and still came up short in our eyes...We put ourselves in a position…
 
"I feel like I'm at Disney World. I'm so embarrassed because I'm such a fan girl. I follow all these people on Instagram in a way that I'm like, 'I gotta get more friends...I love track. It's the most fun thing for me to watch. I'm in such awe of these athletes. I can't believe we all have the same bodies and this what they're able to do." Chris Ch…
 
Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and John Anderson speak with Rai Benjamin after earning a silver medal in the men's 400m hurdles. In this episode, he explains why the silver medal means so much to him in a season marred by illness and injury. He earned an Olympic silver medal last year in 46.17, which is the second-fastest time in history and the America…
 
"One of my favorite things to say now is that Jud (Logan) was not much of a runner in his day as a hammer thrower but he runs those races with me. I did go back and look back at the race from my fiance's angle. She recorded the race and then recorded the board. They put up Rai's time and the time between me and Rai's time, it's 15 seconds – which t…
 
"I just came into this year, worked my tail off and worked hard. The two goals that I've had, even when we were at New Balance Indoors, I said I wanted to win the World indoor title and I wanted to come back and defend my World outdoor title. That's exactly what I did. To mark those two things off my bucket list and my things to do this season is g…
 
"It's about the iconic 1969 Mexico City Olympic Games photograph of Tommie Smith and John Carlos on the victory stand of the 200m with their fists raised, black socks and no shoes with their heads bowed during the national anthem. It's the story behind that photograph and it's an amazing story. I'm about as serious of a track fan as you can be. I t…
 
“The caption I kept seeing was ‘Women supporting women.’ … I could feel Sara Hall & Emma Bates. You know that dance move where someone throws out a fishing line? I could see them and I felt like they were reeling me in…That’s really special to have because we’re also competitors.” Chris Chavez, David Melly and Dana Giordano speak with American reco…
 
"This moment and stuff like this means a little bit differently because of where we come from. When I was growing up, Baylor is not an easy school to get into. When my coach came with the grades, they said, 'It's gonna be hard to get you into school.' I told them, 'Look. It's either I get into school or I'm gonna be in the streets...In our culture,…
 
“Personally, I never identified as just an athlete. I did sport my whole life. It was the only thing I knew but I’ve always been the kind of person that’s not necessarily that thing that I’m doing. I’ve always had other interests. For me, I was just ready and it was OK to say, ‘I did the things I tried to do as best as I could do them. Maybe there …
 
"The athletes are great and they're the best. We do need to highlight them and not have them hidden. We need the best of the best to stand alone by themselves so that they are highlighted but we have them embedded in a much broader volume of athletes who are good. They're the best too but we need the best of the best to be right there by themselves…
 
"Motherhood has definitely helped me transform my own thinking in just knowing that I am strong, fierce and beautiful. Yes, your body has changed. Things changed but you can still do it...It doesn't matter if you turned 30. It doesn't matter if you're a mother. You CAN come back. You can bounce back. You can use it as an advantage and something to …
 
"We've got a world championships here. That is only the start of the story. It can not be the end of it. We had the World Juniors here in 2014 and World Indoors in 2016. We always made it really clear that we wanted the U.S. Track and Field federation to apply and successfully host a World Championships. We've done that. We've got a really interest…
 
"When it's all over and when it's all said and done, the question becomes can we create a road map that gets us to 2028. Those kids that you're motivating are going to be the ones that have a shot at competing in 2028 or try to. We have to start that process now." USATF President Vin Lananna sat down with Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and John Anderson…
 
THE FINAL DAY OF THE 2022 WORLD ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS. Team USA finished the meet with 33 total medals including 13 gold, 9 silver and 11 bronze. That's the most medals ever by a single country at the World Championships. The final day of competition featured Athing Mu becoming the first-ever American woman to win the 800m, Team USA also swept th…
 
In the penultimate episode of Champs Chats from the World Athletics, we recap another epic night of racing that included Gudaf Tsegay winning the gold medal in the women's 5000m + a fan running onto the field shortly thereafter with a Tigray flay. Team USA's women upset the Jamaicans in the 4x100m relay. The United States men made up for the long s…
 
EMERGENCY PODCAST! Sydney McLaughlin runs 50.68 to obliterate her own world record in the 400m hurdles and win her first world championship gold medal. She shattered her old record by 0.73 seconds. Michael Norman and Shaunae Miller Uibo get long-awaited gold medals in the 400m. Kara Winger earns a silver medal in the javelin with a 64.05m throw on …
 
EMERGENCY PODCAST. We recap Day 7 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. We had to rush back to the house after Team USA swept the men's 200m with Noah Lyles breaking the American record in 19.31 with Kenny Bednarek and Erriyon Knighton taking silver and bronze medals. On the women's side, Shericka Jackson dropped a stunner in 21.4…
 
We recap Day 6 of the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 in Eugene, Oregon as Norah Jeruto finally claims a global championship gold medal; there was an upset in the women's discus; Team USA didn't perform well in the men's 800m and women's 400m, Sydney McLaughlin looks like she can break her own world record AGAIN + much more. PRESENTED BY TRA…
 
We recap Day 5 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Emergency live reaction pod to a major upset in the men's 1500m, an emotional 400mH, and a crazy fast 200m semi-finals. Kyle, Mac, Katelyn, and Jasmine hold down all the analysis before Chris finally makes it back by the end to share what he learned from the mixed zone. PRESENTE…
 
We recap Day 4 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Team USA added a two medals on the day with Tori Franklin in the women's triple jump and Anna Hall in the women's heptathlon. On the track, Noah Lyles + Erriyon Knighton + Fred Kerley moved on to the semifinal with ease; Faith Kipyegon crushed the competition in the women's 1500…
 
We just witnessed the greatest day by any nation on a single day at the Worlds. We recap Day 3 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Team USA's men swept the shot put. We also unpack the controversial Devon Allen DQ before Grant Holloway defended his 110m hurdle title. Plus the Jamaican women sweep the 100m again, Katie Nageotte a…
 
The CITIUS MAG crew of Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison recap Day 2 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Team USA's men swept the 100 meters led by Fred Kerley who ran 9.86. Marvin Bracy captured his first World Outdoor Championship medal with a 9.88. Trayvon Bromell completed the sweep with another 9…
 
The CITIUS MAG crew of Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber, Jasmine Todd and Katelyn Hutchison recap Day 1 of the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Team USA mixed 4x400m relay brought home the first medal for the home team with a bronze medal. Allyson Felix ran the final race of her career and finished with 19 career World Championship medals.…
 
For this super nerdy episode of The CITIUS MAG Podcast, David Melly and Chris Chavez break down the sprints, distance races, field events and multis. You’ll be an expert on all things World Championships after this with a detailed analysis of all 45 track and field events taking place at Hayward Field over 10 days starting Friday, July 15 + the men…
 
“I do enjoy watching other 1500m runners who have done other special things over the years and trying to learn from that – not necessarily copy it but learn to emulate the patience. That’s sometimes challenging. It’s a lot of instinct. I had race instinct before but I didn’t have fitness. How I raced at USAs is not that abnormal in how I went about…
 
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