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Pleasants Landing & a Quick Take Off to the West Coast

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On the same site as the “Rumpus in Bumpass Race,” the Pleasants Landing Triathlons were a chance for multisport athletes to get a late season race in bucolic Spotsylvania, Virginia. The Lake Anna venue enabled spectators to watch the whole swim leg, as athletes swam around the transition area peninsula. The day started off chilly

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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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Tough Day of Racing at the National Championships

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Over a dozen of the top athletes from the Virginia and Maryland Triathlon Series (VTS/MTS), or Kinetic Multisports, qualified for the USAT National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. In today’s Olympic Distance event, Doug Landau followed over a dozen friends, training partners and teammates out on the course and on the USAT app. The app helped

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Kinetic Multisports Tidewater Triathlon

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When you drive five hours through traffic on I-95, you hope that you’ll be able to accomplish what you set out to do. However, with lightning and thunder predicted for the morning of the race, the Landaus were not optimistic that they would have a chance to compete at the Kinetic Multisports Super Series Tidewater

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Kinetic Triathlon Festival a Sunny Spotsylvania Success

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Lake Anna was warm, the sun was shining and triathletes from all over the United States enjoyed a great morning of racing in Spotsylvania, Virginia. The Kinetic Triathlon Festival’s Sprint Race on Sunday was a great way for Doug Landau to get some points in the annual Virginia-Maryland Triathlon Super Series—now called Kinetic Multisports. The Lake

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