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Looking for Short, Friendly Safe Triathlons? Tri It Now!

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If you have ever thought about dipping your feet into triathlons, “Tri It Now” has a fun, local event for you. The George Mason University Freedom Fitness & Aquatic Center is a terrific venue for sprint and super sprint multi-sport races. The Prince William County campus, located near Manassas and convenient to Route 66, is

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College Teams Rock Jamestown Triathlon

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Some of the best collegiate triathletes and university teams arrived in the Williamsburg area to test their mettle at the beginning of the new semester. Virginia Tech, Navy, and University of Virginia were there in numbers while the College of William & Mary’s swim team provided many of the smiling volunteers along the race course.

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Landau Observations: Buckets on Bikes?!

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Emerging from a difficult interval class at the Green Lizard, attorney Doug Landau spied a trio of evening cyclists on the W&OD Trail in downtown Herndon, Virginia. Instead of the usual soft cloth saddle bags, this group had hard plastic buckets strapped to their touring bicycles! While not the most aerodynamic design, these devices keep

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How to Prove Your Unwitnessed Bike Accident Case with Invisible Electronic Witnesses

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Attorney Doug Landau’s successful bike injury case story was published again! It was first featured in Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly and is also in this month’s Spokes Magazine. You can read the article here Spokes_August2017 or download a free copy of the whole magazine here (look for the August 2017 issue) to see just how the Abrams Landau law team helped our cyclist client

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Cycle for Survival: Donate Now to Help Fight Rare Cancers

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Mr. Landau’s youngest daughter Nicole—who was hired by IBM while working as an undergrad in the William & Mary Admissions office—is putting some “sweat” into raising money to fight rare cancers. Her grandfather, Mr. Landau’s father Norman J. Landau, died suddenly and prematurely from pancreatic cancer, so this is a cause she is passionate about.

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Bike to Work Day 2014

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Bike to WorkDay is this Friday! On Friday, May 16, 2014, there will be 79 pit stops all over Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia where cycling commuters can stop for refreshments, entertainment, and giveaways!  Free t-shirts will be given out at the pit stops to the first 14,000 who register and attend. Herndon,

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Suit Filed Over Lance Armstrong Books

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A class-action lawsuit has been filed by the readers of Lance Armstrong’s inspirational books following the cyclist’s admission of ongoing steroid usage.  The suit against Armstrong and his publisher claims that the athlete’s repeated and vehement denials of using steroids deceived readers.  The readers feel betrayed, and they want their money back! Virginia cyclist and

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