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LoCo Challenge Raises Funds for Local Schools Running Programs

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Always interested in helping local schools, students and athletes, Doug and Melissa Landau joined hundreds of local distance runners in the “LoCo Challenge.” The Landau races at One Loudoun in the 8km event on Saturday morning, with Doug returning Sunday after the Half Marathon was concluded to participate in the Reston Bike Club ride around

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Kinetic Multisports Tidewater Triathlon

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When you drive five hours through traffic on I-95, you hope that you’ll be able to accomplish what you set out to do. However, with lightning and thunder predicted for the morning of the race, the Landaus were not optimistic that they would have a chance to compete at the Kinetic Multisports Super Series Tidewater

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Bear Triathlon Campaign Features Attorney Landau

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The 2018 Regional Club Championship at Bear Triathlon sent an e-blast looking for volunteers featuring the derriere of a certain triathlete trial lawyer. This is the view most competitors see of attorney Landau as he is speeding through the aid stations often spilling more water or Gatorade than he swallows. The photo shows the Herndon injury

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Lucky Landau Cops Prize at Lucky Leprechaun Race!

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In his first race back after a six-month hiatus, attorney Doug Landau took part in the Potomac River Running Lucky Leprechaun 5K at the Reston Town Center on St. Patrick’s Day. He was slightly apprehensive because he had not raced since struggling with injuries last fall. In 2017, lawyer Landau was seen hobbling across several

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Does Lawyer Landau Have an Off-Season?

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During the winter months it is important to let the body recover, heal, and then build a strong base for the next competitive season. Even if Doug Landau were not injured, he would be using the winter months to work on his weaknesses, recuperate from a tough competitive season, and then build an adequate foundation for the

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