Category Archives: Races – Schedules and Results on Races.

Check back often for schedule updates, announcements and results on races and other events.

Year in Review – 2013 Races

Posted by:

Looking back on 2013, there were good results in competitions in 9 different states. In addition to winning the Virginia Duathlon Series (Bishops Events), Herndon lawyer Doug Landau was an Age Group Award Winner at the following venues: Multisport Races: Marine Corp Triathlon, Quantico; Goochland Sprint Triathlon; Spotsylvania Fawn Lake Sprint Triathlon; Pine Plains (NY)

Continue reading

A Tales of Two Races

Posted by:

“It was the best of night time holiday light races, it was the worst of holiday light races…” Running in two evening races illuminated by holiday lights, I have experienced the best and worst of what such races have to offer. Races that do not require getting up early on weekends have a certain attraction,

Continue reading

Veteran's Day 5K

Posted by:

  Potomac River Running is hosting a Veteran’s Day 5K on Sunday, November 10, 2013 at Fairfax Corner in Fairfax, VA.  The 5K starts at 8:00 am, and there is also a fun-run 1K starting at 8:05am. Honoring our country’s service men and women is near and dear to the heart for athlete’s lawyer Doug

Continue reading

"DU or Not DU, There is No Tri", Part 2

Posted by:

So what did lawyer Landau “do” if he could not participate in the “DU” ?!!? After using permanent marker to put ages on about 200 athletes’ calves, race Volunteer Doug Landau received his next plum assignment from USAT staff who had come in from the Colorado Springs Headquarters. While the sun had still not risen,

Continue reading

"Du or Not DU, There is No Tri"

Posted by:

Paraphrasing Yoda’s Famous line to Luke Skywalker, the decision not to compete in the National DUathlon Championships after months of training, dieting and focus, “required Jedi-like thinking and an optimistic outlook,” according to Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau. His racing bike already shipped to TriSports in Tucson and his travel plans set some time ago,

Continue reading

Fall Racing in Haymarket Virginia; the Long and Short of it

Posted by:

After a week of overcast and rainy weather, DC area runners were hoping for some respite. But Mother Nature was not in a cooperative mood. It rained or drizzled nearly the entire morning of the Heritage Half Marathon, and 5km road races at Battlefield High School experienced popular multisports BRATS Race Director Kent Barker had lined

Continue reading

A Win But No Wine for Lawyer Landau

Posted by:

In order to improve his “over distance” for the DUathlon National Championships. Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau entered the Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival 12km road race. As Landau had only run his first 10km 3 weeks earlier at the Reston Triathlon, his fitness to run 2 strong 5kms in Arizona at the end

Continue reading

Hagerstown Duathlon Series and 5K

Posted by:

Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 12, 2013.  That’s the date of this year’s Hagerstown Duathlon Series in Hagerstown, Maryland. The schedule for this three-race event is: 8:30 am:  Youth Duathlon – Run .35 miles / Bike 2 miles / Run .75 miles 9:00 am:  5K Run 9:30 am:  Sprint Duathlon – Run 1.9 miles

Continue reading