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Athletes rock Rock Hall races to finish Maryland Super Series

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MTS Super Series competition in Sunday’s cold, salty water, under overcast skies was much better for athletes than the downpours that lead to Maryland flooding during Saturday’s racing.   One of the most fun races in the Maryland and Virgnia Triathlon Super Series is  the Watermans Sprint Triathlon in Rock Hall, Maryland. From the friendly little

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Mid-Atlantic Multisport Season is Underway – Summit & Expo Draws the Best DC, Maryland & Virginia Triathletes to Compete, Learn & Improve

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Running bare footed around the American University track in his wetsuit Saturday morning was how Herndon triathlete Doug Landau started his jam-packed weekend ! Lawyer Landau had entered the “REV3 Transition Competition” to see if he had gotten rusty during the “offseason.” This was just the first of several competitive events held at TRI-MANIA Washington

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A Tales of Two Races

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“It was the best of night time holiday light races, it was the worst of holiday light races…” Running in two evening races illuminated by holiday lights, I have experienced the best and worst of what such races have to offer. Races that do not require getting up early on weekends have a certain attraction,

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Busy Day on Herndon Virginia's W&OD Trail

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With BOTH a sprint Triathlon and a Bike-a-thon going West from Herndon Virginia and benefitting worthy charities, the W&OD Trail had plenty of use this morning.  There were volunteers, police and even a shoe “try-on” tent along the popular trail. Herndon biker lawyer Doug Landau first took part in the Taylor Love Triathlon.  After swimming

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Delayed Gratification Worth It at Quantico Awards

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Sweaty, smelly and sometimes cold, award ceremonies are often a long time after the race is over.  However, the Marine Corps Marathon (“MCM”) folks put a new twist on this part of the multisport experience.  On the day of this inaugural triathlon, the cold rain was unrelenting and some racers started after others had long

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Florida Racing Nets Another Win for Lawyer Landau

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The Annual Coconut Grove ALS races and Walk for Lou Gehrig’s Disease enabled Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau to test his fitness on his former South Florida stomping grounds.  Landau and his University of Miami Law School running buddies used to race in the Grove and throughout Dade and Broward Counties. The 12th annual ALS

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Bicycle Police Assist Putting "Lids on the Kids"

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Mayor Merkel and local bicycle police visited two Herndon elementary schools today in order to protect sixth graders from bike crash injuries. In its second year, Herndon lawyer Doug Landau’s “put lids on the kids” campaign has a goal of 365 free helmets, or “one a day.” The Town of Herndon bike police answered questions

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Double Header for Herndon Free Bike Helmets

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“Teaching at two Herndon elementary schools in one day is more exhausting than any triathlon I have raced or case that I have tried,” noted bicycle safety lawyer Doug Landau.  Appearing at Herndon Elementary School in the morning and Hutchison Elementary School in the afternoon, Dulles Virginia area lawyer Landau put his money where his

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VASA Ride – DO it for the HOT Berry Soup !

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OK, I have a confession. I like Swedes. I like their embassy in DC. I like the embassy’s views of the Potomac River. I like the VASA ride. But I really like the HOT BERRY SOUP ! So sign up no – there are only 100 spots left, and enjoy a ride through DC, along

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