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National Championships Results: In the End at Bend…

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  A sunny race day greeted duathletes with temperatures in the 30s, winds gusting so hard that several port-o-johns were knocked over and the Finish Line becoming airborne ! With the long descent on the middle, bike portion of the USAT Duathlon National Championships, the wind would be buffeting athletes all over the scenic road

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Landau Father & Son Crack Top 10 at Oak Hill Race

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With soon-to-be doctor Zach Landau on the East Coast for a Pediatric rotation, the opportunity for the Landau men to race together came to fruition at the Oak Hill 5km on May 7th, 2016. Who would get family bragging rights ? The future Navy doctor or his dad, the “Triathlon Trial Lawyer ? With over

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Salisbury Ski Jumps – As Close as An Athlete Can Come to Flying

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The 90th annual Salisbury Winter Sports Association Jumpfest was great fun with athletes young and old flying through the air from the top of a mountain and then miraculously landing on the ground gracefully with no equipment other than their skis (and mandatory safety helmets). A Salisbury tradition for 90 years, this all-volunteer organization puts on

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Good, Clean Fun at the Herndon Community Center

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Looking for active fun this winter for the whole family? Consider at trip to the Herndon Community Center. The indoor pool puts out floats for kids.  Herndon lawyer Doug Landau used to take his children to the pool and let them clamber on top of the fun shaped “aquatic playgrounds.” All the while, lawyer Landau

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PreGame 5km to be Test Race for 2016

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Having been discharged from Physical Therapy at Town Center Orthopedics just this week, Doug Landau was keen to test his current running fitness. So he signed up for the PreGame 5K Run with the goal of keeping his heart rate in the “Zone 4” Lactate Threshold range so as not to cause a flare up of his chondromalacia

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