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USA Triathlon visits Landau Law Shop in Herndon

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Why would representatives from the USAT National Headquarters in Colorado Springs come to the Landau Law Shop in Herndon, Virginia? . In addition to racing at the highest levels, Doug Landau also donates to the USA Triathlon Foundation: the charitable wing of the sport’s organization. . Landau gets to see multi-sport competitions from all angles,

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Lawyer Landau’s World Championship Qualification

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For the first time ever, USA Triathlon had a Multisport Festival over the course of a week, where slots for three different World Championships were on offer. Doug Landau, who raced over four days, qualified for ALL three 2023 world championship events: The Super Sprint Triathlon, the draft legal Sprint Duathlon, and the Mixed Team

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Aelin, young mechanic in Earn-a-Bike program for Phoenix Bikes, stripping bikes of parts

Meet Some of the Youth Bike Mechanics from Phoenix Bikes!

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Meet Aelin and Liam! On our recent visit and helmet drop-off to Phoenix Bikes in Arlington (read more about it here), we had the pleasure of visiting not only with Executive Director Emily Gage, but a few of their young bike mechanics as well. Through their trademark educational Earn-a-Bike program, participants learn bike mechanics by

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Helping Phoenix Bikes continue to empower local youth

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About Phoenix Bikes Anyone who has not yet had the pleasure of visiting nonprofit Phoenix Bikes would be well-advised to pay them a visit, whether to shop for a bike, find replacement parts, or to learn more about their youth programs in person. Once headquartered in a makeshift workshop right off the W&OD Trail, the

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Bike Safety Rodeo at Forest Grove Elementary School

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Last week, half a dozen young students from Forest Grove Elementary School in Sterling, Virginia learned how to start, stop, give hand signals and look for traffic on their bicycles. Mark Pankau, former P.E. teacher at Guilford Elementary School, and Janice Jennings of Loudoun County Public Schools’ Safe Routes to School held a virtual bike

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Almost the Last Race of the Year

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While the Tidal Basin runs have been a DC fixture for Capitol area road runners for decades on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, on a gorgeous day 4 races were held Monday afternoon at the Madison Community Center in Arlington, Virginia. The Tidal Basin Run was greeted with 65 degree temperatures and sunshine at

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