Pyrrhic Victory in "Oldest Age Group" for Virginia Child Safety Lawyer Landau at "Heroes" Race
Most people are happy to win awards in running races and other athletic events. But when the announcer tells everyone that your prize is for being in the “oldest age group,” the trophy loses its luster !
Even though he finished in the top 5 out of over 275 entrants, running 19:26 on a “rolling” and curvy 5km course, Landau would rather not have been called out on being in the race’s most senior category: “50 and over.” On October 22, 2011 the Pennington School in Manassas Virginia hosted it’s 1st Annual “Blue Jay 5K and Hero Mile” races. The goal of these events was to raise educational funds for children of fallen police officers. The folks at Racepacket lead by former DC Road Runners Club President Bob Platt, did a superb job of organizing the events and timing services. The women’s winner along with Landau was the consistent (and young looking) Sarah Buckheit.
Now that triathlon season is over, Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau will be maintaining his fitness by: racing in road running races throughout the United States; getting to practice with the “World Gators” Masters swim group at the Sport & Health Club in Herndon’s Worldgate Center; and, training with the teenage phenoms on the CompuTrainers at HPC just 2 blocks from the Landau Law Shop.