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Off-Road fun (& winning beanies) in South Carolina

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Grass, dirt, gravel and a little bit of pavement on the undulating cross country course at the Hartness Half Marathon & 5km races was the order of the day for Melissa & Doug Landau, who were in South Carolina for a dear friend’s wedding. Always on the lookout for a race when traveling, the Landaus

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Northern Virginia Gym Member Overheats & Dies

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Going to the gym for your health should not cause physical harm to patrons. Especially this time of year, after people have made New Year’s resolutions, you’ll see the gym is packed with people pushing themselves ”to the limit.“ Health clubs should have in place effective safety measures in case there is an accident, product

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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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Ways to Prove Bike Crash Fault WITHOUT Eyewitnesses

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“I never saw the biker !” says the driver. “Never heard him coming from behind,” says the cyclist. This scenario is unfortunately not uncommon. Recently contacted by an injured bicycle commuter who woke up with a brain injury after a car crash, Herndon lawyer Doug Landau was presented with a case where the victim had

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Podium at First Multisport Race of the Year – After 6 Month Hiatus, Lawyer Landau Lands on Top

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Usually Herndon triathlete Doug Landau would have many miles in the saddle outdoors before the first multisport race of the season. But with only Thursday night’s Reston Bike Club ride and a winter’s worth of indoor CompuTrainer classes at HPC under his belt, lawyer Landau was pleasantly surprised with his performance at the Hagerstown DUathlon

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Protecting Professional Hockey Players' Heads

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Baseball pitchers can get beaned by hardballs that can cause devastating facial and brain injuries.  Likewise, professional ice hockey players face injury from fast flying pucks, stick wielding opponents, hard ice and checks into walls and plexiglass.  Virtually every country in the world has some workplace safety regulations.  So it is no surprise that there

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Lorton DUathlon Challenges Athletes on Pohick Park Trails

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For the second time this season, Doug Landau raced to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (“LLS”) in a challenging Duathlon presented by Bishops Events in Virginia’s bucolic Prince William County.  Part of the Bishops Events Series, this Run-Bike-Run event to support LLS featured a challenging 5km cross country course at Pohick Bay Regional Park

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