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First Annual Luray Duathlon Takes Racers Through the Woods

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The “Run-Bike-Run” format had competitors doing the same challenging bike and 5k run course as the Sprint Triathlon competitors, but it started with a run around Lake Arrowhead, through the woods and trails first. Due to recent storms, crews were using chainsaws to cut trees that blocked the muddy, single-track course just moments before race time!

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Bethany Beach Bad Weather Makes for Cold Racing in Delaware

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The Bethany Beach First Responders races provide one of the most popular late season race weekends. With a half marathon (& 2 person relay), 5K, Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike and team relays, there is something for every multisport and endurance athlete. The courses are flat, well maintained and lined with friendly volunteers. Race Director Ken Racine

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Facebook Posts Used Against Injured Car Crash Victim in Court

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Do insurance company lawyers look on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. to find incriminating evidence to use against injured victims? You bet they do. While visiting lawyers in Georgia, attorney Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. came across an article about a recent case where the plaintiff’s Facebook posts were introduced

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Police Promote Bike Helmet Safety

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While cheering on training partners at the US Triathlon National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio, bike injury lawyer Doug Landau compared notes with local law enforcement regarding helmet and bicycle safety. Attorney Landau learned that there are programs in Ohio to educate children about the importance of using head protection when riding their bicycles, similar to

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Published in Trial Magazine: Attorney Doug Landau’s Article on Using Smart Fitness Apps and Devices As Evidence

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What to do when there are no witnesses for your accident? Well, with the advancement and accessibility of technology these days, there may still be hope! Smart fitness apps, fitness tracking devices, and more could help serve as your “personal black box,” or as a “witness” by not only providing proof of your whereabouts but

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High Stick to the Heart

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” You can’t aspire to be what you can’t see,” said the coach of the  University of North Dakota women’s ice hockey coach in recent New York Times article on the ending of the school’s sports program. The January 12th piece discussed the budgetary reasons why the team was axed, despite the local female college

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