Airport injury lawyer Doug Landau is used to traveling. After all, since he is licensed to practice law up and down the East Coast, he often travels to meet with clients or try cases for injured airline employees who live, work, or have been injured in a state other than Landau’s home state of Virginia.
That’s why when Landau recently traveled to Minneapolis St. Paul to compete in the 2015 USAT National Duathlon Championship, he was not impacted by jet lag or fatigue.
In fact, Landau placed third in his age category, earning him a spot on the podium and qualifying him for the 2016 World Championships.
Last year, Landau qualified for the 2015 World Championships which will be held this October in Australia.
Landau understands that travel to Australia will not be a walk in the park. He intends to arrive at the race venue four days in advance — one day for each two time zones — so as to be fully acclimated by race day.
Abrams Landau clients who fly internationally are well aware of the effects crossing multiple time zones can have on the body. In fact, Landau may be picking the brains of his clients for their advice on the best ways to be race ready when he arrives in Adelaide, Australia in the Fall so he can represent the United States of America proudly and competitively.