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Thankful for Another Great Year of Competition

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Three regional championship podium finishes, two national championship races and a series podium spot make for a successful year of multisport racing. While constrained by injury and travel, 2016 saw numerous award-winning competitive performances. Though not permitted to compete at the World Championships because of happy family events (his kids’ wedding, college and medical school

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First Responders Bethany Beach Races

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After last year’s runner up finish, Doug Landau determined not to let this year’s Bethany Beach “Sprinternational” distance DUAthlon come down to the wire. Therefore, he determined to go out fast on the opening 1 Km beach run, and really Hammer the 30 Km bike leg. Even though the Herndon lawyer trains barefoot, he wore

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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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"DU or Not DU, There is No Tri", Part 2

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So what did lawyer Landau “do” if he could not participate in the “DU” ?!!? After using permanent marker to put ages on about 200 athletes’ calves, race Volunteer Doug Landau received his next plum assignment from USAT staff who had come in from the Colorado Springs Headquarters. While the sun had still not risen,

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"Du or Not DU, There is No Tri"

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Paraphrasing Yoda’s Famous line to Luke Skywalker, the decision not to compete in the National DUathlon Championships after months of training, dieting and focus, “required Jedi-like thinking and an optimistic outlook,” according to Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau. His racing bike already shipped to TriSports in Tucson and his travel plans set some time ago,

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