Triathlon "Trifecta" – State, Nationals AND Worlds

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USAT CEO Rob Urbach clobbered his lawyer, friend and teammate Doug Landau on a borrowed bike at the 2011 National Sprint Triathlon Championships in Burlington, Vermont
USAT CEO Rob Urbach clobbered his lawyer, friend and teammate Doug Landau on a borrowed bike at the 2011 National Sprint Triathlon Championships in Burlington, VT

The “Triathlon Trifecta” for Herndon Reston injury lawyer Doug Landau is to accomplish the following:

  1. Win the Virginia Triathlon Series (“VTS”) Age Group championship again after completing at least 5 races all over the Commonwealth,
  2. Qualify for and compete at the USAT National Age Group Sprint Triathlon Championships in Burlington, Vermont, such that “All American” status is achieved,
  3. Qualify once more for the World Triathlon Championships, to be contested at Queens Wharf, Auckland, New Zealand, October 14-22, 2012.

Currently, the ABRAMS LANDAU trial lawyer is in 4th place after only 4 races in the VTS series, behind several competitors who have done 5 or more events. Landau got his spot on the United States World Championship team in Vermont, and in light of his top age group, masters and overall placings in this year’s races, a high USAT ranking in the Sprint Triathlon classification is assured. The Triathlon Trial Lawyer has only a few more races this season, but as he publishes his race and case schedule, you can see him outside of the Law Shop in Herndon. When asked, Landau notes that his goal is simple: “to win all races and win all cases !”

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