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Does “Concierge Coaching” Violate the Rules of the Road?

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Concierge coaching, where coaches, instead of supporting clients from the sidelines, join them at the starting line as “pacers for hire,” are being seen at big sporting events like the New York City Marathon, Ironman triathlon qualifiers, and bicycle races like Farm to Fondo. The question becomes whether or not this bespoke training is cheating

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How swimming illegally can land you in hot water (or worse !)

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Several local masters swimmers got a “cool down” of a different sort this summer when they were charged with “illegal swimming.” While many of us could be cited for “inefficient strokes,” chided for “cheating on the lane lines” or even penalized for “unnecessary roughness,” few Potomac Valley USMS members think about “jail time” in the

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A New Year and a New Web Site !

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau has undertaken this new web presence to organize his e-mails, race results, pictures and articles for athletes, athletic equipment, coaches and those in the Legal, Sports Medicine and Allied Health Professionals. For decades, this Herndon Injury Lawyer has written about topics relating to injured athletes, sports medicine and athletic competitions

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