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Helping Phoenix Bikes continue to empower local youth

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About Phoenix Bikes Anyone who has not yet had the pleasure of visiting nonprofit Phoenix Bikes would be well-advised to pay them a visit, whether to shop for a bike, find replacement parts, or to learn more about their youth programs in person. Once headquartered in a makeshift workshop right off the W&OD Trail, the

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ABRAMS LANDAU clients, counsel, win Awards

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Injured athletes come back and finish strong at the Reston Triathlon. A team of three ABRAMS LANDAU clients and Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau would have given other teams in the popular Reston multipart event this past weekend a run for their money ! With Henry Tragle, Rob Urbach, Bill Coquelin putting in solid efforts,

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Trouble in Transition for Triathlon Trial Lawyer Landau

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Having no race number can cause an athlete’s disqualification. Doug Landau had carefully pinned his race number to his singlet the night before, and had brought it to Lake Audubon to put on after the Reston Triathlon swim. However, when he emerged from the water and removed his wetsuit, it was nowhere to be seen.

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Transitions – the 4th sport in Triathlon

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Ask Triathlon Trial Lawyer Dog Landau which part of the triathlon is his best, and he’ll probably tell you, “Tranisitions !” While triathlon is made up of three sports – swimming, biking and running, lawyer Landau views transitions as important elements to his overall race strategy and success. What you eat, drink and change into

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Dr. Delaney to the rescue

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Fire and rescue vehicles came to the aid of an injured bicyclist who was involved in a crash with a motor vehicle during this morning’s Reston Triathlon. As the participants turn left on South Lakes to pedal up Ridge Heights Road toward Langston Hughes Middle School to get to the transition area at South Lakes

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Checking Bikers' Drivers Licenses, Passports & USAT cards – Reston Volunteer Doug Landau

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With drivers licenses, passports and USAT cards in hand, triathletes lined up at Reston’s South Lakes High School to check in for the 26th Annual Reston Triathlon. While he is racing Sunday, Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau once again served as a volunteer, checking registrants in, answering questions of new multisport athletes, giving a tour

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