Category Archives: Races – Schedules and Results on Races.

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Herndon Aquathon returns to the Community Center

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Dear Friends, Team mates, Training partners & Poseurs: So that you can race in warm conditions in a unique event that was contested in the 1990s, we are bringing back the Herndon Community Center Aquathon in memory of our dear friend Jack Corkey of Great Harvest Bread. You can even shower, hot tub, sauna, work

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Cases, Races – See "Lawyer in Action"

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Herndon injury attorney and Masters Triathlete Doug Landau was told he was “crazy” for inviting potential clients, existing clients and their friends and families to come see him “in action.” Other experienced trial lawyers attending the American Association for Justice’s National Trial Lawyers convention in New York City this summer, confessed that they would never

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First Ever Duathlon in Strasburg a Success !

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As cyclists raced on the roads of Strasburg, Mt. Olive, Woodstock, Mt. Hebron in Shenandoah County, Virginia, Town Officials were able to breathe a sigh of relief as Mother Nature got the rain out of her system on Friday! The first-ever Strasburg Duathlon saw top competitors from the Worldgate Sport & Health Club in Herndon

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Strasburg Virginia's 250th Anniversary Duathlon

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Tomorrow’s Strasburg Duathlon may be a race director’s nightmare if the rain, wind and cold weather continue. Tri-Performance‘s Brian Crow is known for quality events and careful planning. Yet Mother Nature does not always cooperate, and athletes’ safety is always an athletic event planner’s priority. This event is a 5k run (3.2 miles), 30k bike

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Broadlands Bike PR – NOT !

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Thinking he had ripped a new PR at today’s Sprint Triathlon, Broadlands bike injury lawyer Doug Landau went through the first loop in 15 minutes and cruised into the transition area at almost exactly 30 minutes. However, the course was slightly shorter than the advertised 12 miles, so instead of 24 MPH average bike speed,

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Pre-Race Packet Pick Up promotes safety, promotes efficiency

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Race Director and TriPerformance Coach Brian Crow runs a smooth race, which starts with a well-staffed pre race packet pick up. Pre-Race Packet pick up, bicycle and helmet safety checks, and course tours and pre-race meetings all help triathletes and bikers avoid injury and crashes. Broadlands, South Riding and Warrenton Sprint Triathlon prizewinner and cyclist

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