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June 25, 1993 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a recent sun-kissed morning in the San Bernardino Mountains, it was becoming abundantly clear that Rishi Grewal's gastronomic lexicon is, uh, different. Meat, particularly red meat, is shunned. Dairy products and other refined foods suffer a similar fate. As he extols the virtues of beet and garlic juice, Cytomax--an energy drink--and handfuls of vitamins and minerals, Grewal slices fresh fruit into bite-sized wedges.
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June 25, 1993 | ELLIOTT ALMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On a recent sun-kissed morning in the San Bernardino Mountains, it was becoming abundantly clear that Rishi Grewal's gastronomic lexicon is, uh, different. Meat, particularly red meat, is shunned. Dairy products and other refined foods suffer a similar fate. As he extols the virtues of beet and garlic juice, Cytomax--an energy drink--and handfuls of vitamins and minerals, Grewal slices fresh fruit into bite-sized wedges.
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July 21, 1989
Rishi Grewal of Boulder, Colo., shook off Greg McNeil of Ojai, Calif., with 2 1/2 laps remaining and cruised to a 13-second victory in the men's road race at the U.S. National Cycling Championships at Park City, Utah. Juliana Furtado of Boulder, Colo., won the women's road race.
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May 23, 1993 | ELLIOTT ALMOND
If Julie Furtado of Durango, Colo., continues her ascent in mountain bicycle racing, the women's professional competition is going to get downright boring. Furtado, 26, the defending world downhill champion, set a blistering pace Saturday to win the cross-country race at the season's Jeep National Championship series opener at Snow Summit ski resort. Furtado finished ahead of second-place Ruthie Matthes of Durango by 7 minutes 18 seconds. She completed the race in 2:07:07.
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July 21, 1989
Craig Levinsohn has been named sales manager for San Diego NBA Franchise, Inc. and will lead an attempt to raise 10,000 season ticket deposits. Levinsohn's appointment was announced by Mannie Jackson, chairman and chief executive officer of San Diego NBA Franchise. The organization will apply to the National Basketball Assn. next month for a franchise.
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July 21, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
John Tomac of Chatsworth fell victim to two flat tires Thursday and finished 45th in the men's road race in the U. S. National Cycling Championships. Tomac, 21, who fell and finished ninth in last week's time trials, never led in the 100.5-mile race and was never within a minute of Rishi Grewal of Boulder, Colo., who won the race in 4 hours, 5 minutes, 47 seconds. Tomac, who suffered one of the flat tires with 10 laps remaining, finished in 4:08:20.
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August 9, 1990 | SUSAN SLUSSER, MCCLATCHY NEWS SERVICE
Cross-training is all the rage, but few can do it at a world-class level. Bo Jackson, definitely. Deion Sanders, maybe. And in cycling, the man of many helmets is John Tomac. Tomac, a 22-year-old native of Chatsworth, is the current world mountain-biking champion despite having spent most of the year competing in road races.
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