Race Sites and Calendars

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Race Calendar Sites (in alphabetical order): Active.com Sports www.active.com. Individual & team sports activity registration in over 80 sports. Search and register for running races such as a marathon, half marathon, 10k, 5k, find training plans, gear reviews, share videos. Sometimes this site will link to the event’s own web site notes TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau,

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Triathlon, Running, Swimming, Bicycling & other Sports Magazines

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Periodicals       Tri DC (Serving the Mid-Atlantic Multisport Community) www.tri-dc.com Swimmers Ear (Newsletter of the United States Masters Swimming, Potomac Valley Region) www.pvmasters.org RacePacket (Magazine and the Washington/Baltimore metro area’s electronic guide to running and racing.) www.racepacket.com/main.html MetroSports (magazine found in many major cities, including DC, NY, New England) www.metrosportsdc.com BlueRidge Outdoors (This

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Neurotransmitter lists Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau as a winner at the Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation (CBTF) Annual Spring Biathlon

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The Childhood Brain Tumor Foundation (“CBTF”) puts out a wonderful and inspiring publication, called the Neurotransmitter. It has articles about breakthroughs in childhood cancer treatment and research. The CBTF publication also has actual case studies and success stories. Grants funded by the CBTF and Conference Sponsorships as well as fund raising events are also highlighted.

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau Successfully Mediates Bike Crash Case in North Carolina, part 4

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau successfully mediated this college professor’s bike crash case in North Carolina. In prior posts, the facts of this bicycle accident and the cyclist’s injuries were described. Bicycle crash victims and other plaintiffs in negligence cases find that mediation can result in a fair result without the time and money expenditures

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Damages in Bicycle tourist North Carolina Bike Crash Case

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III. Damages The cyclist sustained multiple injuries. The bike-riding professor also had a loss of consciousness when struck by the defendant who was traveling 45 m.p.h. or more. This crash caused the following problems for the injured bicycle rider: a. Post-concussive syndrome and closed head injury; b. Posterior neck pain and a central herniated cervical

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