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High Stick to the Heart

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” You can’t aspire to be what you can’t see,” said the coach of the  University of North Dakota women’s ice hockey coach in recent New York Times article on the ending of the school’s sports program. The January 12th piece discussed the budgetary reasons why the team was axed, despite the local female college

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USA Triathlon Draft Legal Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon World Qualifying events change venue, format, time

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Because of the move to “draft legal racing” at world championships for even the fast, short sprint races, USA Triathlon held races for those who wanted to qualify for the World Championships in the swim-bike-run &/or run-bike-run formats in New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition to the Age Group hopefuls, the USAT 2016 Collegiate Women’s National Championship would

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“Dangerous Driver” Kills Cyclist

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An Ohio cyclist was killed when he was struck by a vehicle driven by a 64-year-old man who had recently been advised his poor eyesight made it unsafe for him to drive. The family of the 19-year-old cyclist filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver claiming he was a “dangerous driver who knowingly endangered

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Are Trampoline Parks Safe?

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Ever since a fatal accident at the University of Miami where personal injury lawyer Doug Landau was a law student, in which a youngster was killed when an amusement ride came loose, Landau has been suspicious about the safety of rides, carnivals, etc. A recent case in Texas is more evidence of the danger posed

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CompuTrainer Blue Flywheel Recall

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Competitive cyclists are always looking for ways to improve their strength and gain speed.  No one knows this better than athletes’ lawyer Doug Landau, who has used CompuTrainers extensively for this purpose. However, he cautions riders to carefully check equipment and also be on the lookout for any recalls or known defects. Recently CompuTrainer manufacturer

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Faulty Zip Line Kit Recalled – BYA Sports

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Bring Your Adventure (BYA) Sports has recalled approximately 5700 60-, 75-, and 90-foot cable Skyline Zipline Kits due to a fall hazard. The recall states that, “A crimp in the zipline can fail allowing the cable to pull free or become slack while in use, posing a fall hazard to the user.”  Injuries have been

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