M. Magazine

Articles: 43

Sportifs de haut niveau ou héros de tous les jours, M. Magazine présente des histoires d’athlètes. Une collection de récits mettant en lumière aussi bien la force mentale que les faiblesses des adeptes de sports d’endurance.

Running

Kelvin Kiptum

It was a blur — he was a blur. In just 10 short months Kelvin Kiptum left us open-mouthed,…

Running

Molly Seidel — the road out of ruin

"The more you say that story — over and over — the more it becomes your reality and the harder…

Running

Sharon Lokedi — NYC Marathon

Sharon Lokedi's win at the 2022 New York City Marathon — her first attempt at the distance — was…

Triathlon

Driven — Lucy Charles-Barclay

The ability to decompress, reflect, address, and then return, takes guts. Having finished second…

Running

Going the distance — Tom Evans

It’s not always the fastest runner who wins. To succeed at ultra running requires a curated…

Cycling

Sepp Kuss — Vuelta a España

We all have a unique comfort zone. Sepp Kuss is most comfortable working on the front of the…

Cycling

State of mind — Amity Rockwell

Gravel racing is a maelstrom of grit and white knuckles. A sport with an easy-going vibe that…

Running

The Process — Keely Hodgkinson

Eight-hundredths of a second. 80 milliseconds. Faster than the blink of an eye. That’s all that…

Cycling

Luca Schwarzbauer — UCI MTB World Champs

Short-track mountain biking is raced at boiling point. At the limit — already in the red —…

Triathlon

East x Southeast — an Alex Yee story

Hyde Park, summer, 2012 — London is in full swing. A collective state of delirium has swept the…

Running

Erica Stanley-Dottin — BKLYN MILE

The mile. On paper, it's so pure. So simple. As runners, we tick them off with flippant…

Cycling

Demi Vollering — Tour de France Femmes

Visualizing success can be a powerful tool. But the burden of wanting to make that view a…

Cycling

Uno-X Pro Cycling — life inside a Grand Tour

There's an endearing aura around the new — the underdog — teams in cycling’s Grand Tours. The…

Running

Eyes on the prize — a Tom Evans story

“What’s the minimum we need to do in order to achieve the demands of this race?”It’s…

Cycling

FNLD GRVL — Carolin Schiff

Win Gravel Locos and people raise an eyebrow. Win The Traka 200 and people start to take note.…

Cycling

Giro d’Italia — Team Jumbo-Visma

A Grand Tour is a tornado of relentless chaos and drama. A barreling — unforgiving — storybook…

Cycling

Lovers of Tam — Away Message

Community is defined by its inclusivity and support. By good people fostering the comfort of…

Triathlon, M. Talks

M.Talks — Kristian Blummenfelt & Gustav Iden

"It's a different way of fueling, because traditionally you fuel for what you think you can do.…

Running

Sir Mo Farah — London Marathon

The London Marathon touches people. It lights a spark. One local boy — inspired watching…

Running

Mary Ngugi — Boston Marathon

Boston Marathon is the racer's race. No pacemakers — just instinct and race craft. The one they…

Running, M. Talks

M.Talks — Eliud Kipchoge

“I'd like to put it this way — Maurten is a game changer in sport." 

Episode 2 of our M.Talks…

Cycling

Agnieszka Skalniak-Sójka — Paris-Roubaix

We watch in awe — when all hell breaks loose. The desperate fight for position. For your team…

Cycling

Last WoMan standing — Rad Race

The energy of a sporting arena is dictated by the atmosphere generated within — the uniqueness…

Running

Just Running — The Speed Project

The Speed Project — a 578km, non-stop ultra relay run from Los Angeles to Las Vegas — is an…

Cycling

Biniam Girmay — Milan San Remo

Few situations so perfectly demonstrate the idiom "calm before the storm" like the first…

Running

Resonance — The Berlin Running Kollektiv

A lone runner goes unnoticed in a place like Berlin — lost in the hustle. New connections…

Cycling

Lotte Kopecky — Strade Bianche

Strade Bianche captures the visual and visceral thrill of one-day bike racing in a way that very…

Athletes

The hunt. The hunted down. The ekiden — a psychological game.

The ekiden. The word’s origin lies in a means of communication that has existed in Japan since…

Athletes

Dion Smith — Tour Down Under

The Tour Down Under returned to set the wheels in motion on the 2023 road racing season. The…

Running

Zachary Barker - Houston Marathon

Zachary Barker is Maurten’s marketplace lead for the Eastern US. He’s also…

Running

Zachary Barker - Houston Marathon

Zachary Barker is Maurten’s marketplace lead for the Eastern US. He’s also…

Triathlon

It all starts here x Hallvard Kolltveit

Navigating any new world is daunting. A language unknown, unfamiliar…

Running

Berlin - The year of 02:01:09

A master continually refines their craft, and this year, in Berlin, Eliud Kipchoge showed once…

Athletes

100-mile state of mind | a Kilian Jornet story

“Why am I here? Come on, just stop. Just stop!” The path of least resistance can be a…

Triathlon, Athletes

Feel the pendulum swing | A Sara Svensk story

Sara Svensk lay flat on her back, her heart hammering rapidly in her chest, lungs burning. It’s…

Triathlon, M. Talks

M. Talks x Jan Frodeno.

“Sometimes people feel that they’re not fit, that they’re really…

Triathlon, Athletes

Maurten meets Gustav Iden | A conversation around fueling

He’s young - but that hasn’t stopped him. At age 25 he has established himself as one of the…

Running, Athletes

The selfless champion | A Kengo Suzuki story

After a sixteen-year drought Japanese men’s marathoning entered a new era in 2018 when its…

Triathlon, Athletes

The weight of a nation | A Flora Duffy story

It was ten days before the Olympic triathlon in Tokyo that Flora Duffy knew. Her training…

Triathlon

Maurten meets Kristian Blummenfelt

Sometimes an athlete’s performances are so immense that a line is drawn in the sand. They find…

Running

The World Record fueled by regret

Mariko Yugeta is 62. The first woman in her 60s to break three hours in the marathon. A world…

Running

Berlin - through the eyes of Jojo Harper

Jojo Harper is an award winning documentary photographer based between London, England and…

Running

Ekiden: The Japanese phenomenon

Every year just around when the calendars have flipped to a new year, almost one-third of the…