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USA Triathlon: National Championships, qualifying standards, race sanctioning and so much more

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USA Triathlon is the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, winter triathlon and aquathlon in the United States. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau has competed in USAT National Sprint Triathlon, Duathlon, Olympic Distance Triathlon and Aquathlon Champoinships. He achieved All American and Honorable Mention status and even qualified for the World Championships

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How do they do it ? Pro transitions at the DC Dextro ITU Race

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Watching the pros in transition is amazing ! Professional triathletes practice their transitions as though it was a 4th sport. They work at racing through transitions in order to gain time on the competition and avoid injury, especially when dismounting their bikes in tight quarters. Precious seconds gained in the transition area can translate into

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National Crime Victims' Rights Week at George Mason University; TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau runs with college kids to support worthy causes

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The 13TH ANNUAL VICTIMS’ RIGHTS 5K RUN / WALK was held today in collaboration with the Aimee Willard Endorsement Scholarship Fund. Workplace injury and crime victims’ lawyer Doug Landau has participated int his event a number of times, as the 5 km. run passes near his original office in Fairfax and tours much of the

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TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau is asked, "Hot enough for you ?" at the Duathlon National Championship

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Sunday’s National Duathlon Festival Championship saw temperatures reaching 95 degrees. Doug Landau was asked how he liked the heat. The Leesburg sports injury lawyer responded that he likes it hot, as some of his best races were in extremely hot conditions in Israel, Alabama, Texas, Florida, Louisiana and Hawaii. However, the Triathlon Trial Lawyer takes

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Hot and Hilly in Richmond: Landau avoids the "crash and burn," finishing in the top third at the U.S. Duathlon National Championships

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There was heat, hills and hard curves at the National Duathlon Championship Festival in Richmond. With a record field, it was an amazingly fast and exciting race. The Richmond Sports Backers did a superb job and the USA Triathlon “roadies’ set up a venue that was scenic and functional for thousands of racers and spectators.

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