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  • Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle

    Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle
    Harry Nickell was riding his bicycle Sunday morning on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 27 near the Lakeridge Winery when a car traveling in the same direction wandered off the road and slammed into him from behind. In a blink, Lake County's unofficial...
  • From the Friday files: Double standards, weird PR and gator bites

    In today's edition of the Friday files, we're looking at everything from double standards to strange public-relations strategies — with a couple of gator bites thrown in for good measure. •Chomp, die. Did you see where trappers tracked down...
  • Gear: Better bike accessories

    Gear: Better bike accessories
    Always a tinkerer's delight, the bicycle offers inventors an endless challenge to improve the ride. The four new accessories below make on- and off-road touring a breeze, indoor training more realistic, fast rides more comfy and data-rich biofeedback...
  • That little something extra for the triathlete

    That little something extra for the triathlete
    Tackling three sports at once has a strange effect on triathletes: It makes them famously open-minded. Always in learning mode, tri guys and gals flock to clinics to improve their swim-bike-run, pay online coaches big bucks for training advice and love to...
  • New Zealand is first country to get Facebook's Timeline feature

     
    New Zealand already has lush rainforests and sandy beaches, bungee jumping and scuba diving, gourmet restaurants and lively night life, even a thriving tech community that has drawn investment from the likes of Peter Thiel. (Of course, they drive on......
  • Wednesday's Highlights: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 11 - 17 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Dec. 11 - 17 in PDF format are also available at latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv Weekly TV Listings and more......
  • Chicago bid spurs truce in U.S. Olympic family feud

     
    In the interest of avoiding any negative publicity that could affect Chicago's Olympic bid, the leaders of the U.S. Olympic sports federations -- called National Governing Bodies in Olympic world parlance -- have declared an informal truce in their...
  • Busy day for L.A. County lifeguards results in rescues of triathlon athletes, boats

     
    Gale force winds of 30 to 35 mph today caused problems for boaters off Dockweiler Beach and in other parts of the Santa Monica Bay, authorities said. Ten boats were rescued by lifeguards from the Los Angeles County Fire Department......
  • Age may have its advantages in endurance sports

     
    Endurance sports such as ultra-marathons, ultra-triathlons and cycling marathons have exploded in popularity over the years. Among them is the grandaddy of the genre, the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run, which began in 1974 and meanders through...
  • Movember Wrap: U.S. ' 'stache-thletes' raise record $2.6 million for charity

     
    It's Dec. 1, which means "Movember" has drawn to a close, and the group mustache grow raising money and awareness for men's health issues (specifically prostate and testicular cancer research and treatment) has officially ended. You can see all the......
  • 'The Amazing Race 16': five reasons to tune in

     
    It's no small feat that "The Amazing Race" is set to launch its 16th season this weekend, likely thanks in part to the strength of its casting ("Big Brother" contestants notwithstanding), its far-flung locales and its eyebrow-raising host, Phil Keoghan......