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Race Medical Personnel Fulfill Vital Roles

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When a nationally ranked Virginia multisport athlete collapsed from heat exhaustion, dehydration, and fatigue after finishing the sprint race in St. Paul, Minnesota, medical personnel were able to snap into action. The competitor from Falls Church, Virginia had completed the standard distance race in the early morning, but racing in the sprint event under sunny,

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Should Recumbent Bikes be Allowed in USAT Races and Championships?

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Having raced recently in the Marine Corps triathlon, where “wounded warriors” swam with metallic prosthetic legs and mountain bikes, hybrid bikes, and touring bikes shared the road with tricked-out aero bars and disc wheels, Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau is in favor of recumbent bikes participating in USAT-sanctioned events. However, in addition to putting on

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