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August 20, 1989 | MIKE REILLEY, Times Staff Writer
Mark Hoffenberg can't help but feel just a little insecure when he dons his red, white and blue competition jersey this week at the U.S. Cycling Federation masters' national championships. Not with 100 of the best age-group cyclists in the nation chasing him. "I will be a heavily marked man," said Hoffenberg, the defending national champion in the 30-to-34-year-old age-group criterium. "I won't be able to hide in the back of the pack."
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August 20, 1989 | MIKE REILLEY, Times Staff Writer
Mark Hoffenberg can't help but feel just a little insecure when he dons his red, white and blue competition jersey this week at the U.S. Cycling Federation masters' national championships. Not with 100 of the best age-group cyclists in the nation chasing him. "I will be a heavily marked man," said Hoffenberg, the defending national champion in the 30-to-34-year-old age-group criterium. "I won't be able to hide in the back of the pack."
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August 23, 1989
Five members of the Nissan/Schwinn cycling team--including four from Orange County--placed in the top 10 in 30-34 age-group competition at the U.S. Cycling Federation masters' national championships Tuesday in Bear Mountain, N.Y. Mark Hoffenberg of Laguna Niguel, who defended his national age-group title in the 65-kilometer criterium on Sunday, was fifth in the 40-kilometer time trials at 58 minutes 18 seconds and Scott McPherson of Laguna Hills was sixth (58.19).
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August 22, 1989
Mark Hoffenberg of Laguna Niguel defended his title in the men's 30-34 age-group criterium in the U.S. Cycling Federation masters' national championships as the Nissan/Schwinn team from Orange County dominated the 65-kilometer race in Long Island. "We controlled that race," said Mark Thomas of Rancho Santa Margarita, who finished 12th. "At the start of the race, we all went to the front and we kept the pace high. Then we started attacking in groups of two or three.
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February 28, 2000 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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November 4, 1999 | SUSAN CARPENTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The lights dim, the curtain opens, the film begins. There's nothing unusual about this scenario when you're at the local Cineplex, but increasingly this is a scene taking place at home. Custom electronics design experts predict that home theater systems--big-screen TVs with stereophonic surround sound--will be common in the next three to five years. Those hoping for a glimpse of the future had plenty to see last week at the Home Entertainment Expo in Newport Beach.
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July 16, 1990 | LAURA PALMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Team tactics paid off for Evan Teske and Mark Hoffenberg as they finished one-two in the men's 30-34 Criterium at the Great Earth Masters National Cycling Championships Sunday. In the race, which consisted of over 100 cyclists, Teske and Hoffenberg worked together with teammates Tom Broznowski (of San Diego) and Danny Van Haute (of San Marcos) to take control of the field. (Broznowski and Van Haute race for Cycles Veloce). Teske crossed the finish line in 1:23.25 with Hoffenberg close behind.
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