Grand Prix cyclists beat the heat

DAVID ROBERT NEWMAN/Acorn NewspapersCOOL RUNNINGS—Above, Thurlow Rogers trains a firehose on cyclists racing in 106-degree temperatures at the Thousand Oaks Grand Prix, held in Newbury Park on July 7 and 8. Rogers, of Mira Mesa, is a retired professional cyclist who now races for the Davis Phinney Foundation Masters team. Here, he cools off the Pro/Category 1-2field, in a race won by Ama Nsek of Ontario, Calif. Below, Dara Rogers and Debbie Stephan Knickman, both of Newbury Park, at the starting...

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