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Virginia Run Triathlon a hit in Centreville

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The Special Olympics Athletes who participated in the 6th “Virginia Run Sprint Triathlon” showed true courage and grit across a broad spectrum of athletic talent. Race Director Shandra Richardson had these incredible athletes take to the Virginia Run Community pool in Centreville before the rest of the field. Their performances were inspiring. “Fins Wheels Feet

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First Ever Duathlon in Strasburg a Success !

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As cyclists raced on the roads of Strasburg, Mt. Olive, Woodstock, Mt. Hebron in Shenandoah County, Virginia, Town Officials were able to breathe a sigh of relief as Mother Nature got the rain out of her system on Friday! The first-ever Strasburg Duathlon saw top competitors from the Worldgate Sport & Health Club in Herndon

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DC, Maryland and Virginia Triathletes, Duathletes, Runners, Bikers, Swimmers and Rowers were treated to some outstanding lectures, demonstrations, clinics and competition at this past weekend’s Multisport World in North Bethesda. There were individual and team competitions in swimming relay, cross country running and indoor computrainer cycling events. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau competed in the

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Multisport World – Seminars, Clinics and Competition Galore

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Multisport World came to the Mid Atlantic region today. Developed in partnership with USAT Mid-Atlantic Region and held at the state-of-the-art Hanley Center for Athletic Excellence at Georgetown Prep in North Bethesda, Maryland, triathletes, duathletes, bikers, runners and swimmers were treated to a full day of activities. The local high school’s indoor track, pool and

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REI Dangerous Bike Recall – Novara Fusion Bicycles

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As a customer who gets a “dividend” each year from REI, sports injury lawyer Doug Landau was impressed the the Recreational Equipment company’s voluntary recall of its Novara Fusion Bicycles. In an age when many recreational product makers and sports product suppliers deny, obfuscate and/or pass the buck, REI’s act is commendable. Landau, of the

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Player Size Increases NFL Health Risks

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When I followed professional football as a teenager in the 1970s, only Bubba Smith weighed more than 300 pounds. Now, “super sized” linemen are commonplace. Can you imagine a 300 pound person falling on top of you ? How about 2 or 3 ?!!? What about the health effects on these gigantic players, making sudden

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