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National Championships: Frigid Waters & Hot Competition

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The US Triathlon National Championships were hotly contested, despite water temperatures in the sixties!  For the third year in a row, over 5,000 competitors raced in Milwaukee Wisconsin. It is the largest, most competitive triathlon competition in North America. While Doug Landau would have enjoyed the 90 degree temperatures that greeted the country’s best multisports

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Athletes Lawyer Doug Landau Attends Washington DC Multisport Expo

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Constantly looking to improve his skills as both an advocate and an athlete, Oak Hill Virginia lawyer Doug Landau attended the 2015 Washington DC and Multisport Expo at American University. Attending lectures, networking, comparing notes with other athletes and lawyers, Landau says this is one of the highlights of the winter “off-season.” At the DC

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Bicycle Wheel Malfunction

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We recently read an article published on the American Association for Justice website about an interesting case in the state of Washington. The details are as follows:  A man purchased a fully assembled bike at a store.  A few weeks later he took his first ride.  As he was pedaling downhill, the bike stopped suddenly

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Virginia Maryland Triathlon Super Series Results

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While Doug Landau won his age group at this weekend’s Watermans Sprint Triathlon, the final event of the now combined Virginia and Maryland combined Triathlon Super Series, and was on the podium at every single MTS and VTS event he entered, he finished runner up in the age group, behind his friend Eric Mackem of Reston.

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Recumbent Bikes – Legal in Triathlon ?

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Not every multisport athlete is able to swim, bike or run without some accommodation due to injury, congenital health condition or disease. But the balance between allowing everyone to participate in “the multisport lifestyle” and protecting the competition from unfair advantage means that USA Triathlon (“USAT”), the governing body of the sport, must balance safety

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