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November 16, 2003 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Defenseman Maxim Kuznetsov, delayed in Russia for more than two months because of visa problems, continues to work his way into game shape after joining the team last week. "He needs work," Coach Andy Murray said. "He's going to get lots of it. He missed training camp and he's got to get quicker, get better endurance. He's got to do everything." Kuznetsov is expected to take a fitness test Monday or Tuesday that includes bench press, vertical jump and grip strength.
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SPORTS
July 25, 1992 | MICHAEL GRUNWALD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal running back Russell White will join 60 of the state's top graduated high school football players tonight at 7 for the 41st Shrine all-star football game at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach. White, who played in the 1989 Shrine game after his senior season at Crespi High, has been designated the grand marshal this year. "Russell was chosen as a symbol of the new direction the game is trying to go," said Mark Tennis, the game's media relations coordinator.
NEWS
July 10, 1991 | LONNIE WHITE
JIM TERRELL Canoe/Kayak El Toro's Jim Terrell is making his ninth U.S. Olympic Festival appearance and is the all-time Festival medal leader with 23. Terrell, 26, has won 13 gold, eight silver and two bronze medals. He is one of the nation's best Olympic-style canoeists and placed ninth in the 1986 World Championships. In 1987, he finished fourth in the semifinals of the World Championships.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2005 | Nicholas Shields, Times Staff Writer
When William Dean Richardson was 8 years old, he wrote an illustrated book featuring a soldier and American flags -- showing at an early age his passion to enter the military and fight for his country. Before Sept. 11, 2001, he and his brother Greg had worked together as electricians for a year and a half. Four days after the attack, William walked into a recruitment office determined to make a difference. "He just wanted to make the world a better place," said Greg, 26.
HEALTH
February 10, 2003 | Johanna Neuman, Times Staff Writer
They call him President Bush's strongman, a hulk masquerading as a diplomat. His arms are so massive they threaten to ripple out of his suit jackets. Even Imus has noticed. "He looks like the Michelin Man in a suit," said Don Imus, host of "Imus in the Morning," a nationally syndicated radio talk show that is simulcast on MSNBC. As a 57-year-old former Navy officer who bench-presses 330 pounds, Deputy Secretary of State Richard L.
SPORTS
August 29, 1993 | KIRBY LEE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"American Gladiators" was an instant hit with Rhonda Williams when the television series made its debut five years ago. Lynn Williams, however, never found the show quite as intriguing as his wife. "It looked kind of phony," said Lynn Williams, 30. "I always thought I could whup a gladiator." Then the 6-foot-2, 230-pound Williams got his chance. He answered a casting call for a gladiator in January, 1992.
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