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  • It's full speed ahead for the Wild Man, 76

    It's full speed ahead for the Wild Man, 76
    We're 45 minutes up a forbidding Malibu dirt road that climbs 2,200 feet in four miles, and the Wild Man is ahead. Way ahead. Out-of-sight ahead. And my excuses begin: "I'm a mountain biker, but I've never ridden right after a grueling, two-hour, all-...
  • Boston Marathon 'caretaker' will direct new Williamsburg races

    Boston Marathon 'caretaker' will direct new Williamsburg races
    Dave McGillivray operates under three principles: Set goals, not limits; the worst injustice anyone can perform is underestimating their own ability; those who doubt things can get done shouldn't interrupt those who are doing. McGillivray is one of those...
  • 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...
  • This Investment Can Buy You 35 Years

    This Investment Can Buy You 35 Years
    Psst ... want to get in on the ground floor of the knock-your-socks-off investment opportunity? Not up for another Ponzi scheme? No worry! The investment: 30 minutes of exercise a day. The return? An extra nine quality years. Fit people in their 50s are...
  • 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...
  • Platelet Therapy Has Fans, Others Ambivalent

    Platelet Therapy Has Fans, Others Ambivalent
    Seattle Mariners pitcher Cliff Lee isn't sure how he got the abdominal strain that kept him on the bench early this season. Was he throwing too hard? Did something rip when he collided with a catcher in spring training? Likewise, Lee can't say whether...
  • How Much Exercise is Too Much?

    How Much Exercise is Too Much?
    What made Larry Brown's addiction acceptable was that it was, at least on the surface, good for him. He was in his early 40s and running an impressive 50 miles a week. So what if it consumed him; if he thought about it even when his feet weren't...
  • Schiff runs for triathlon

    By Bill Kisliuk When Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) runs, it normally takes months of hand-shaking and many hundreds of thousands of dollars before he crosses the finish line. On June 20, the congressman representing Glendale and most of Burbank completed...
  • Go figure

    Go figure
    Like many women of her generation, Casey Kelly grew up playing sports. She played soccer and ran track in high school and went on to play four years of soccer at Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y. But once her final game for the Wildcats ended, so did her...
  • Facebook for fitness?

    Facebook for fitness?
    When Libby Jones, who is four months' pregnant, posted on Facebook that she was going to take a Zumba class, a comment immediately popped up: "It will get your heart rate waaaay up there, so be careful!" To which Jones, 30, replied: "Oh, I didn't know...