Author Archives: Doug Landau

Bear Triathlon Campaign Features Attorney Landau

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The 2018 Regional Club Championship at Bear Triathlon sent an e-blast looking for volunteers featuring the derriere of a certain triathlete trial lawyer. This is the view most competitors see of attorney Landau as he is speeding through the aid stations often spilling more water or Gatorade than he swallows. The photo shows the Herndon injury

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Share the W&OD Trail

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While you rarely see horseback riding on the W&OD Trail cinder path, it is still important for everyone to share the trail. Cyclists, runners, rollerbladers, walkers, jogging stroller pushers and dog walkers all need to communicate to avoid chaos and unnecessary injury. This wonderful resource enables Northern Virginians of all ages, sizes and shape to

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Transition Triathlon – Something for Every Triathlete, Runner, Biker, Swimmer & Multisport Athlete!

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In its new location in “downtown” Leesburg, Virginia, the popular Transition Triathlon store has everything a multi sport athlete could want. From the tricked out bikes in the window (and hanging from the ceiling), they have nutrition supplements, clothes, shoes, race kits, goggles and hard-to-find items. Bike accident lawyer Doug Landau of Abrams Landau in Herndon, Virginia

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Kinetic Triathlon Festival a Sunny Spotsylvania Success

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Lake Anna was warm, the sun was shining and triathletes from all over the United States enjoyed a great morning of racing in Spotsylvania, Virginia. The Kinetic Triathlon Festival’s Sprint Race on Sunday was a great way for Doug Landau to get some points in the annual Virginia-Maryland Triathlon Super Series—now called Kinetic Multisports. The Lake

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Local Middle School Wins 2nd in Country at “We the People” Civics and Constitutional Law National Championships with Lawyer Landau’s Help!

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Law professors, judges, government representatives, lawyers and educators interrogated local middle school students from Rachel Carson Middle School this past weekend for the final We the People Civics and Constitutional law national championships. Read more about their front page story on the Fairfax County Times here. The judges asked a range of challenging questions to

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Are Cycling Related Incidents Decreasing in Fairfax County, Virginia?

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According to Fairfax County Police Department Traffic Safety Services, statistics show a decrease in cycling-related incidents, with only one fatality recently reported in 2015. Early figures for 2017 indicate 72 reportable bicycle incidents, although the fact that there are no clearly defined categories for bicycle accidents in the statewide reporting system TREDS (Traffic Records Electronic

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A “Loco Morning” for Lawyer Landau at One Loudoun

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OK, call this triathlete lawyer crazy (or “Loco”). After doing a “Run-Bike-Run” ‘brick’ workout in conjunction with last week’s 5K in Reston, attorney Doug Landau did an even longer “brick” this weekend in conjunction with the “Loco 8K Challenge” race at One Loudoun in Ashburn, Virginia. Why another “brick in the wall?” Lawyer Landau answers

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Spring Finally Arrives for a Walk (or Run) in the Woods

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At Saturday’s 15th Annual Reston Nature Run, attorney Doug Landau took the opportunity to convert the 5K race into a “brick” workout. This popular Northern Virginia annual event, held at the Walker Nature Center on Glade Road, is run exclusively on the well maintained paved and dirt trails of the Reston Association. Runners and walkers

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What’s It Like In a Championship Race Triathlon House?

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When traveling to National and World Championships, Oak Hill injury attorney Doug Landau will often share a house with other athletes from Northern Virginia. So what’s it like to eat, sleep and live with other multi-sport athletes in such a high-pressure environment? First off, the Virginia athletes who compete against each other in the Mid-Atlantic

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