Here comes the Judge! That was the title of last spring’s post about the 2014 Heroes vs. Villains Run for Justice 5K.
Always one to have fun, Virginia Lawyer Doug Landau ran this 5K in 2014 dressed as Swift Justice – donning a black judge’s robe and carrying a gavel! The year before that, he ran in another costume race. Lawyer Landau was Mr. Incredible, running with his wife, Elasto-Girl!
What will his costume be in 2015?
You will have to wait until it gets a little closer to race day to find out, but rumor has it there will be a Justice theme!
Here are the details about the 2015 Heroes vs. Villain 5K
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Doug Landau checking in at Hagg Lake for the National Age Group Olympic Distance Triathlon Championships. Also shown beginning the bike leg and post-race with Maccabiah teammate and age group award winner Steve Schloss of Muttontown, New York. This was a very challenging venue with narrow, rolling bike and run courses. The 2008 race will be contested in September, which should make for warmer water temperatures. Definitely a course to preview and hopefully the race directors will eliminate road traffic during this National Championship, to make it safer for contestants.
Worldgate Sport & Health Club in Herndon Virginia’s loss is McLean’s gain. After about 4 years of coaching at Worldgate, Coach Katie Davison will be moving on. Telling the Masters swimmers who have trained with her during the early morning workouts in the shallow pool just off the Dulles Toll Road, “I guess I just feel that it is time for a change. The good news…I will be starting up a masters team beginning on Tuesday March 4th at Regency Sport and Health in McLean.” The details:
What: TriMasters @ Regency Sport and Health (http://www.sportandhealth.com/club.aspx?id=282&sn=96) When: T/Th 530-630 am and 630-730 am (each hour would be the same workout) Who: masters swimmers, triathletes, anyone looking for a group to workout with, one must be able to swim 2000m in 1 hour. Coach: Katie Davison, will be present at every workout. She will swim with the group while giving the workout and leading the sets. She will give some/little individual stoke technique **These are not swimming lessons. Sign-Up: at the Regency front desk. $20/month for members, $50/month for nonmembers.
So, if you work in the Tysons area, check it out. The group at Worldgate Sport & Health was a steady 20-30 swimmers, some of whom competed successfully at the Maryland Terrapin Masters 1000/1650 meet this winter and many others who have realized their triathlon and long distance swimming goals. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau and all the Worldgate Masters all wish Coach Katie success and hope she will drop by to visit the “World-Gators” in Herndon in the future !
The Annual Meeting of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (“VTLA”) takes place at the end of March. While The Athletes Lawyers spends most of his time there at lectures, meetings, moderating programs and conferring with co-counsel, Doug Landau manages to sponsor a Tennis Tournament and participate in the “Fun Run” sponsored by his friend and colleague Steve Garver, of Reston, Virginia. The weather is usually cold and wet, but the venue is superb for networking and learning about changes in the law, trial techniques and products available to help injured and disabled clients.