Author Archives: Doug Landau

Transitions Triathlon Store right on the W&OD Trail in Leesburg

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Doug Landau and his family visited Transition Triathlon Store and came away with Newton running shoes, gifts and replacement parts that are hard to find in retail stores in Northern Virginia. Transition Triathlon, Loudoun’s new triathlon store in Leesburg is just a few yards from the W&OD trail. In addition to being convenient (how many

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Best Barefoot Running Barrister ?

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In the Fall issue of SPOKES magazine Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau was called the “Bicycling Barrister” because of his heavy schedule of cases (representing cyclists injured in crashes) and races. As he trains barefoot, when weather and surface conditions permit, lawyer Landau jumps at the chance to race without running shoes. Notable barefoot races

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Habitat for Humanity benefits from DC Jingle Bell Run

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The ringing of bells on the feet of thousands of runners echoed on the streets of the Nation’s Capitol on December 11th. The Jingle Bell 8km road race took place at Freedom Plaza during the “Occupy Washington” encampment, much to the surprise of the tent inhabitants and racers ! It was a tad ironic that

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RATS Ironman Party at Bonzai Sports

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The Reston Area Triathlon Club, otherwise known as RATS had their annual “IronMan watching party” during the broadcast of the Kona Hawaii race. The club allowed Doug Landau to attend at the December 10th Bonzai Bike and Multisport Store party, where a large projection screen was set up and food served. Triathlete Coach Brian Clark

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New Year's Racing Plans

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We know of no other lawyer or law firm courageous enough to make their trial, speech or hearing schedule available so that you can see the best lawyers “in action.” Triathlon trial lawyer Doug Landau does the same thing with his sports competition plans. If you tell people that you are going to court, teach

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Thankful for Another Winning Year

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The end of the year is always a time for reflection, resolutions and thanks. With many top 10 and 20 finishes and several overall titles, 2011 was successful. Highlights include: At the USAT Sprint Triathlon National Championships in Burlington, Vermont, qualified for the ITU World Championships, Auckland, New Zealand Overall winner: North Mountain Duathlon in

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