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Fun at Fort Hunt Park DC Road Runners Race

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About one hundred brave souls got up early thanks to daylight savings time to compete in the DC Road Runners Club’s (“DCRRC”) end of winter 10 km race. The DCRRC Fort Hunt 10K is a race that is held on a course just off the George Washington Parkway, several miles South of Old Town Alexandria and

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"DU or Not DU, There is No Tri", Part 2

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So what did lawyer Landau “do” if he could not participate in the “DU” ?!!? After using permanent marker to put ages on about 200 athletes’ calves, race Volunteer Doug Landau received his next plum assignment from USAT staff who had come in from the Colorado Springs Headquarters. While the sun had still not risen,

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"Du or Not DU, There is No Tri"

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Paraphrasing Yoda’s Famous line to Luke Skywalker, the decision not to compete in the National DUathlon Championships after months of training, dieting and focus, “required Jedi-like thinking and an optimistic outlook,” according to Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau. His racing bike already shipped to TriSports in Tucson and his travel plans set some time ago,

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Safe Bicycle Helmets for Reston Triathlon

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Bicycle safety was the order of the day with recent road re-surfacing and a spate of Fairfax County bike accidents.  Once again volunteering for the Reston Triathlon bicycle helmet inspection was Herndon lawyer Doug Landau.  Assisting was triathlon wunderkind turned Stanford (’16) Crew Member Andrew Gyanis.  With over 500 athletes needing the pass inspection, the

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Fast Fun at Fawn Lake Triathlon in Spotsylvania Virginia

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Two years ago Herndon lawyer triathlete Doug Landau posted the fastest bike time to come out of the Transition area in first place, only to be passed by two faster (and younger) runners.  The winner averaged under 6 minutes per mile and lawyer Landau ended up third, easily winning his age group as the fastest

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Foul ball, Loose puck, Flying bat — Who is to Blame?

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Here is an interesting hypothetical case which, unfortunately, sometimes really happens:  You are watching a sporting event when something comes flying into the stands.   It could be a puck at an ice arena, a foul ball at a baseball stadium, or even a flying bat (baseball bat, that is!).  Whatever the object, let us

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Abrams Landau is “putting lids on kids” part 2

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Yesterday we told you about Herndon Injury Lawyer Doug Landau’s plan to give away 365 free bike helmets this year to kids who cannot afford them. But it is much more than a helmet giveaway.  An avid cyclist committed to promoting bike safety, Doug also teaches the kids about the dangers of biking without a

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Abrams Landau is “putting lids on kids”

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For the second year, Herndon Injury Lawyer Doug Landau of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. is doing his part to promote bicycle helmet use in kids.  In his “Helmet a Day” campaign, Landau plans to give away 365 free helmets this year to kids who cannot afford them. Doug spoke about the campaign at the Town of

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