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New Years Day Fun at Reston Town Center

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In a new addition to the New Years Day racing lineup in Northern Virginia, our friends at Potomac River Running (“PRR”) have come up with a New Year’s Day 5k in Reston. The 5k started on Market Street at the Reston Town Center at the very civilized hour of 10 a.m. One of the advantages

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Sterling Virginia Bike Crash Crosswalk Law Comment

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In response to the Sterling Road and W&OD Trail bike crash post, Bruce Wright of the Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling. Mr. Wright sagely notes, “Another lesson is that Virginia’s crosswalk law needs to be strengthened. Currently motorists are only required to “yield” to pedestrians (and bicyclists) in a crosswalk. Also, in some states motorists

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Thanksgiving Thanks

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Sometimes even the fastest athletes need to stop and be thankful for the gifts and good health they have. Thanksgiving is a time for celebration. We celebrate family, friends and food. It is a unique holiday that does not memorialize the great deeds of some war hero or leader, but rather the bounties that we

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Veterans Day Racing and Rememberance in Washington, D.C.

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Less than a week after his interview in by the New York Times, injured athletes’ lawyer Doug Landau appeared in the sports pages of The Washington Post. Competing in the Veterans Day Tidal Basin Presidential Fitness Runs at West Potomac Park in the District of Columbia, Landau enjoyed the warm November weather and fast racing

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Bicycle assistance for cyclists – motors for bikes

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Parked outside the Herndon Great Harvest Bakery was this tricked out bike. Equipped with a Bion motor, Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau looked into this company and its products. Bion designs, develops and manufactures electric propulsion systems for bicycles. The BionX name has become synonymous with Intelligent Mobility,

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Reston Town Center Anthem Great Pumpkin 5km – the biggest race in town

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There were so many runners, joggers, walkers and families that even organizers needed several starting lines to accommodate everyone ! The Anthem Great Pumpkin 5k was staged in conjunction with the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest which featured local restaurants, amusement rides, live entertainment and the Annual Pumpkin decorating contest!! Reston Herndon injury lawyer

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Triathlete injured in New England Race

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While many races start “in water,” there are times and courses where that is not possible.  In a race this summer where very low tides resulted in a several hundred meter sprint from the show to water deep enough to swim, several competitors suffered lacerations from shells below the surface.  One triathlete contacted ABRAMS LANDAU,

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Race Directors safety concerns

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The cycling crashes during the summer’s triathlon in Spotsylvania remind us of the importance of participants’ “previewing” the course before a race. Putting on a running, cycling or triathlon race requires planning, manpower and money. Yet even the most thorough race committee cannot foresee every potential pitfall or weather pattern. In the Fredericksburg area race,

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