Four years after his doctor told D. Glenn Trail III he was on the way to needing cholesterol and blood-pressure medication, the Lexington man, 26, has lost 55 pounds and taken up running.
Four years after his doctor told D. Glenn Trail III he was on the way to needing cholesterol and blood-pressure medication, the Lexington man, 26, has lost 55 pounds and taken up running.
Four years after his doctor told D. Glenn Trail III he was on the way to needing cholesterol and blood-pressure medication, the Lexington man, 26, has lost 55 pounds and taken up running.

Now 55 pounds lighter, Lexington man competes in half-marathons

August 02, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 10, 2015 03:07 PM

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