Tag Archives: Melissa Landau

Footworks of Miami Supports South Florida Running

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There are some running shoe stores that are iconic and deserve a visit when visiting their town or city. Ragged Mountain Sports in Charlottesville comes to mind, as does Bill Rodgers Running Center in Boston. The store in Miami is Footworks. When Doug Landau went to the University of Miami School of Law, he trained with

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Bethany Beach Bad Weather Makes for Cold Racing in Delaware

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The Bethany Beach First Responders races provide one of the most popular late season race weekends. With a half marathon (& 2 person relay), 5K, Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike and team relays, there is something for every multisport and endurance athlete. The courses are flat, well maintained and lined with friendly volunteers. Race Director Ken Racine

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Mid-Week Summer Racing, Courtesy of the DC Road Runners Club

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The DC Road Runners Club (DCRRC) puts on mid-week races at wonderful venues all around the Washington, DC metropolitan area throughout the summer. The Landau family was able to participate in the Thursday night Hugh Jascourt 4-Miler at the famous Fletcher‘s Boathouse, in Georgetown. The 7 pm start enabled runners to get to the start

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Preventing Brain Injury at Guilford Elementary School

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For the sixth year in a row,  Herndon law firm Abrams Landau, Ltd. visited Guilford Elementary School for their Bike Rodeo! Attorney Doug Landau tries to visit as many local elementary school as possible before school ends and summer begins to present his Lids on Kids brain injury prevention and bike helmet giveaway program. Physical

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Governors Island Racing a Family Affair

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During a recent trip for a New York City wedding, Doug Landau’s daughter signed up eight family members to run in the NYCRuns “Summer Lovin’ 5k & 10k Races” on Governors Island. This reclaimed Coast Guard facility is a terrific venue for racing, as there are almost no cars, and the one loop around is about

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