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Key to huge races – Make yourself comfortable !

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At this year’s Nations triathlon, there were thousands of athletes in the “holding pen” on Ohio Drive. One in particular stood out. Howard County, Maryland police officer John McKissick had thought ahead. Unlike the rest of us who were nervously milling about, jogging in place, sweating in out wetsuits an hour before our heats, McKissick

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USA Triathlon: National Championships, qualifying standards, race sanctioning and so much more

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USA Triathlon is the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, winter triathlon and aquathlon in the United States. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau has competed in USAT National Sprint Triathlon, Duathlon, Olympic Distance Triathlon and Aquathlon Champoinships. He achieved All American and Honorable Mention status and even qualified for the World Championships

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Landau wins Playa del Rey Mile Sand Sprint race after competing in Aquathon

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Training barefoot has its advantages. In addition to “toughening” one’s feet, Doug Landau feels that running without fancy, padded sneakers allows athletes to strengthen the small muscles and tendons of the feet and ankles. Some sports scientists even liken Americans’ wearing of shoes from infancy to having their feet “casted,” leading to disuse of these

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Playa del Rey races: Fun in the Sun, Sand and Ocean!

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Swimming in the Pacific Ocean is a treat, and TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau got to participate with his family on the West Coast at Playa del Rey, California. Competing in the Aquathon, Landau saw dolphins gliding effortlessly through the waves that buffeted the wetsuit-clad racers. While the swim was tough and Landau’s time was slow, he

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Doug Landau and his clients use FITNESS BALLS for therapy, exercise and rehabilitation; Three Million Balls Recalled after Bursting

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Victims of negligently inflicted sports injury often seek to recapture their former fitness through aggressive physical and occupational therapy. Loudoun, Leesburg and Fairfax injury lawyer Doug Landau, like his clients, uses fitness balls for fitness, strength training and flexibility. However, it has come to the attention of the ABRAMS LANDAU staff that about three million

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In addition to audio evidence, collecting physical evidence can also support a case of violent dog attack against a biker, runner, postman or walker. Doug Landau and investigators for ABRAMS LANDAU seek and collect hair, skin or fur from the attacking animal. These tissue samples can be matched just like DNA evidence in a rape

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Bad dogs, "yip-yip dogs" and crazy canines; How does Doug Landau prove disabled cyclists' and injured runners' dog bite or animal attack cases ?

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Nothing ruins a good bike ride like a nasty dog with a brain the size of a kumquat. Dogs that bark from their own yards, inside their owners’ homes or running along fences don’t shake most bikers. But bad dogs, “yip-yip dogs” and crazy canines that are untrained, unsecured or who have bitten and tasted

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