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Triathlon Lawyer Landau Interview

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1. What inspired Landau to start competitively biking? Doug Landau has been riding a bicycle since childhood, and even rode for his newspaper route! With no car from high school through grad school, Landau continued biking to work, class & around town. He rode in his first competitive bike race in law school, as his

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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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Triathlon Season on the Horizon

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For all those athletes who get their fitness kick from triathlons, like attorney Doug Landau, the offseason can be torture. But, contrary to what Ned Stark loves to tell you ad nauseam, spring is coming, and with it, triathlon season! To help get you through the winter and start mentally gearing up for the upcoming

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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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Athletes & Blood Donation: What’s the Story?

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As one who regularly donates blood, Doug Landau was wondering what the statistics were and whether there was an impact on athletes who give blood. According to the Red Cross, every 2 seconds there’s an American in need of blood, requiring roughly 41,000 donations per day. In the United States of America, more than 100 million people

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Donating Bikes, Helmets and More to Phoenix Bikes

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Last month, attorney Doug Landau was not only able to visit local public elementary schools to donate bike helmets and Abrams Landau backpacks through Loudoun County’s Safe Routes to School Bike Donation Program, but he was also able to stop by Phoenix Bikes to drop off helmets, bags, a bike, bike parts and a check

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