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Acorn Races a Late Season Hit with Mid-Atlantic Triathletes

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Nuts? Sure, but fun. The Great Acorn races in Spotsylvania were fun for experienced and novice athletes of all ages. Cool temperatures and overcast skies meant comfortable racing conditions at the Virginia Triathlon Series race in Spotsylvania. Race directors and volunteers did a magnificent job, with participants aging from under 14 to over 70. The

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National Championships: Frigid Waters & Hot Competition

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The US Triathlon National Championships were hotly contested, despite water temperatures in the sixties!  For the third year in a row, over 5,000 competitors raced in Milwaukee Wisconsin. It is the largest, most competitive triathlon competition in North America. While Doug Landau would have enjoyed the 90 degree temperatures that greeted the country’s best multisports

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US Paratriathlon Athletes Inspire, Prepare for Paralympics in Brazil

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While able-bodied athletes like Olympian Hunter Kemper appear on Wheaties cereal boxes, Paratriathletes like Jose Rios inspire us all. Herndon Virginia lawyer and multisport athlete Doug Landau had an opportunity to speak with this engaging young hero and learn about the efforts being made by the American Paratriathlon competitors. The U.S. Olympic Committee (“USOC”) and

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Bikers Subsidize Cars According to Bicycle Benefits Advocate

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Bikers who commute to the store on two wheels may be subsidizing their counterparts who choose to drive their Hummers and large SUVs to the grocery and other shopping venues. According to Bicycle Benefits Advocate Dillon Kleptetar’s excellent piece in the Sunday Washington Post’s “Local Opinions” section, drivers at grocery stores “across the nation, drivers

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Nude Bicyclists Protest Unsafe Roads for Bikers

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Ever since the group Queen’s album, groups of nude cyclists have been making statements. This week’s news reports of some 300 nude bicyclists riding through the Peruvian capital of Lima to call attention to safety conditions and demand measures protecting cyclists caught my eye. Event organizer Octavio Zegarra says the protesters took to their bicycles

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Free DC area Multisport Expo in Bethesda Maryland

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Last year triathletes, Duathletes and DC area runners, bikers and swimmers flocked to Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda, MD for a day dedicated to multisport with seminars, training clinics, workshops, competitive events and more. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau enjoyed the Newton running clinic, cross country foot race and the CompuTrainer cycling competition. Keynoting this

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Top Trial Lawyers Take on "Wheels of Justice" High Desert Challenge

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Not content to site on their butts during the Association for Justice (“AAJ”) Winter meeting, over 50 top trial lawyers mounted off road bikes and headed into the Arizona high desert for the first annual “Wheels of Justice” ride. While the AAJ Continuing Legal Education seminars and presentations are inspiring, wheeling through the desert enabled

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If You Bike Ride Year Round, You Will Love the VASA Ride !

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The 2012 Vasa Ride? will be Sunday, March 4th at the gorgeous Swedish Embassy Building right on the Potomac River in Georgetown. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association (“WABA”) web site says: Break out your ski goggles for the region’s first large organized bike ride of the season! The Annual Vasa Ride is WABA’s bicycle-themed tribute

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Swim AND Run at the Herndon Virginia Community Center

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A warm venue in the dead of winter is always something to perspire for if you are a multisport athlete. The Herndon Aquathon is coming back to the Community Center on February 25th, a Saturday, in memory of our dear friend and neighbor, Jack Corkey. In last week’s post, the details were spelled out for

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