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Hot Times at Reston Sprint Triathlon

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Hot temperatures warmed up the Lake Newport Pool for triathletes to test their speed for this summer’s multisport season.  In the past, the frigid water has seen athletes wear wetsuits for the 400 meter pool swim !  This year it was so hot that there was a misting tent after the finish line and the

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Mid-Atlantic Multisport Season is Underway – Summit & Expo Draws the Best DC, Maryland & Virginia Triathletes to Compete, Learn & Improve

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Running bare footed around the American University track in his wetsuit Saturday morning was how Herndon triathlete Doug Landau started his jam-packed weekend ! Lawyer Landau had entered the “REV3 Transition Competition” to see if he had gotten rusty during the “offseason.” This was just the first of several competitive events held at TRI-MANIA Washington

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Ways to Prove Bike Crash Fault WITHOUT Eyewitnesses

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“I never saw the biker !” says the driver. “Never heard him coming from behind,” says the cyclist. This scenario is unfortunately not uncommon. Recently contacted by an injured bicycle commuter who woke up with a brain injury after a car crash, Herndon lawyer Doug Landau was presented with a case where the victim had

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Manassas Turkey Trot at George Mason University Prince William Campus a Big Hit Before a Big Meal

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Not many Fall or Winter races in Virginia allow participants to warm up, stretch, cool down and shower afterwards. However, athletic events at the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center  are wonderful in that there is rarely traffic getting there and plenty of parking. Located at Freedom Center Blvd. in Manassas, just off University Drive, this is

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"Tri Lawyer" to Try Trinidad Marathon Weekend Racing

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Ever eager to try international racing, Melissa & Doug Landau have registered for the 5 km held in conjunction with the Trinidad & Tobago Marathon weekend of races. With point-to-point courses on the island of Trinidad, off the coast of Venezuela, the tropical heat will be a factor in the race times. The events include

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Head of Troubled Supplement Maker has Criminal History

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Who is behind a company that manufactures risky sports supplements? Dallas-based USPlabs produces OxyElite Pro, a sports supplement that appears to be connected to nearly 50 cases of serious liver injury. USPlabs also produces Jack3d, another dietary supplement and earlier version of OxyElite Pro.  As we wrote about in an earlier post, Jack3d was recently

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Protecting Professional Hockey Players' Heads

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Baseball pitchers can get beaned by hardballs that can cause devastating facial and brain injuries.  Likewise, professional ice hockey players face injury from fast flying pucks, stick wielding opponents, hard ice and checks into walls and plexiglass.  Virtually every country in the world has some workplace safety regulations.  So it is no surprise that there

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Herndon Kids Triathlon a Hit !

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A triathlon transition area with: streamers, training wheels, balloons on bike seats and fenders is an unusual sight in the multisport world. But in children’s triathlons, these sights and the smiles of the participants are what make it fun for volunteers, spectators and pint-sized racers. This morning’s Herndon Kids Triathlon had perfect weather, lots of

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Busy Day on Herndon Virginia's W&OD Trail

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With BOTH a sprint Triathlon and a Bike-a-thon going West from Herndon Virginia and benefitting worthy charities, the W&OD Trail had plenty of use this morning.  There were volunteers, police and even a shoe “try-on” tent along the popular trail. Herndon biker lawyer Doug Landau first took part in the Taylor Love Triathlon.  After swimming

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