A plaque was given to Glenda McFarlain of Crowley Sunday during the Iron Horse Triathlon awards ceremony at Lake End Parkway in Morgan City. McFarlain is battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Proceeds from Sunday’s raise will go to the Blaiseman Foundation, which looks to raise awareness and funds for the
treatment and cure of ALS. She was presented the plaque by three participants in Sunday’s competition, Jay Duhon and J.D. Meche, both of Crowley, and KO Kennedy of Lafayette. The trio know McFarlain and dedicated their races to her. Above, Duhon gives McFarlain her plaque. (The Daily Review Photos/Geoff Stoute )
Shreveport triathlete Horacio D’Agostino came to the Iron Horse Triathlon for the first time Sunday and came away with a first-place overall finish.