Tag Archives: Loudoun County

Racers raise nearly One Billion Dollars for the Leukemia and Lymphoma societies through the "Team In Training"

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The Nations Triathlon in Washington, D.C. takes participants past an unmatched cornucopia of national monuments, such as the White House, National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, Kennedy Center, FBI Building, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, etc. But what was equally inspiring were the funds raised to help others and the courage of those racers in the purple

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Loudoun County Car and Bicycle crash, part 2

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When Reston bicycle riders were struck by an impatient young driver, they turned to an experienced trial lawyer, injury advocate and triathlete. The injured Reston cyclists contacted Abrams Landau for help. The Virginia cyclists knew Doug Landau, the “Triathlon Trial Lawyer,” from the Reston Century rides (where Doug Landau is shown, at right, with Washingon

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Loudoun County Car and Bicycle crash (part 1)

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On a warm August morning, a young motorist struck not one, but two cyclists traveling in a group of three in Loudoun County, Virginia. The three experienced Reston Bicycle riders were heading West on that part of Route 50 where it narrows to only one lane in each direction. The peloton had hoped to go

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