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Triathlon Lawyer Landau Interview

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1. What inspired Landau to start competitively biking? Doug Landau has been riding a bicycle since childhood, and even rode for his newspaper route! With no car from high school through grad school, Landau continued biking to work, class & around town. He rode in his first competitive bike race in law school, as his

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USA Triathlon visits Landau Law Shop in Herndon

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Why would representatives from the USAT National Headquarters in Colorado Springs come to the Landau Law Shop in Herndon, Virginia? . In addition to racing at the highest levels, Doug Landau also donates to the USA Triathlon Foundation: the charitable wing of the sport’s organization. . Landau gets to see multi-sport competitions from all angles,

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Lawyer Landau’s World Championship Qualification

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For the first time ever, USA Triathlon had a Multisport Festival over the course of a week, where slots for three different World Championships were on offer. Doug Landau, who raced over four days, qualified for ALL three 2023 world championship events: The Super Sprint Triathlon, the draft legal Sprint Duathlon, and the Mixed Team

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Henway Cidery – Easy Running & Hard Cider!

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The Henway Cidery 5K and 10K races made for wonderful fun out in Bluemont, Virginia last weekend. This Loudoun County farm hosted the Bishops Events races over the 5km & 10km distances, and was part of their popular “Sippin’ Series” of events.   The venue was the Henway Hard Cider farm on Foggy Bottom Road

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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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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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not all bikers can ride upright bicycles

Recumbent Bikes – Legal in Triathlon ?

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Not every multisport athlete is able to swim, bike or run without some accommodation due to injury, congenital health condition or disease. But the balance between allowing everyone to participate in “the multisport lifestyle” and protecting the competition from unfair advantage means that USA Triathlon (“USAT”), the governing body of the sport, must balance safety

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