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Mid-Week Summer Racing, Courtesy of the DC Road Runners Club

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The DC Road Runners Club (DCRRC) puts on mid-week races at wonderful venues all around the Washington, DC metropolitan area throughout the summer. The Landau family was able to participate in the Thursday night Hugh Jascourt 4-Miler at the famous Fletcher‘s Boathouse, in Georgetown. The 7 pm start enabled runners to get to the start

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DC Road Runners Track Championships Feature 15 Events

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The Washington D.C. Road Runners Club (DCRRC) had races for every single level of runner.  With 15 heats, there was a kids mile, a race walk (won by my friend Peter Blank), Masters races, female and male events, elites and groups at specified paces. As a DCRRC member, I have enjoyed the club’s road races

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National Crime Victims' Rights Week at George Mason University; TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau runs with college kids to support worthy causes

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The 13TH ANNUAL VICTIMS’ RIGHTS 5K RUN / WALK was held today in collaboration with the Aimee Willard Endorsement Scholarship Fund. Workplace injury and crime victims’ lawyer Doug Landau has participated int his event a number of times, as the 5 km. run passes near his original office in Fairfax and tours much of the

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Volunteers make the races run

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Shown here with long time DCRRC competitors, race directors and volunteers, is Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau and Ed Grant, Eammon McEvilly and Pat Finn. Ed Grant has been an officer and race director, and had the distinction of driving the “DCRRC-mobile” around Franklin Farms while Landau did his training runs and rides. McEvilly has

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Top local master Malander 4th at X-C Nationals

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Top local over-50 Masters Runner Mark Malander ran a strong race at the USA Cross Country Championships. And he brought his own cheering section ! Triathlon TrialLawyer Doug Landau heard Malander’s wife Loretta at the crest of one of the hills of the challenging Derwood, Maryland race course. Finishing 4th in the Masters race in

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Pugleys & Shapiros make racing a family affair

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At the USAT&F National Cross Country Championships, the Pugsley and Shapiro family showed how Potomac River Running is a “family affair.” They were cheering at the kilometer mats, the tops of the hills and the finish line. Cathy and Ray Pugsley partnered with her sister, Margie Shapiro, and her husband Brandon to enter retailing with

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National Cross Country Championships a fun and educational experience for Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau

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Mud, ice, corn husks – Doug Landau realized 500 meters into the 8 km., 4-loop course, that good traction was critical at the 2009 National Cross Country running championships. 2004 Olympic men’s marathon silver medalist Meb Keflezighi won his third national cross country title while Emily Brown won her first at the USA Cross Country

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WARNING from USA Track & Field: Use Supplements at your own risk !

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While looking over the rules for the upcoming National Championship races coming to the D.C.metropolitan area, Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau came across the following drug testing information on the National governing body’s site: “The use of nutritional or dietary supplements is completely at the athlete’s own risk – even if the supplement label says

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