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Photo courtesy of Pablo Quiles.

Mark Westfall very clearly remembers his son, Adam, looking up at him when he was 6 years old and saying, “You know, dad, one day I’m going to be a professional skateboarder.” Little did he know, his son was telling the truth. Read more


John Zimmerman IV Bridge

Courtesy of Solomon Crenshaw, Jr.

Zimmerman spent his junior high and high school years in Homewood. Read more


As a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic training site and Paralympic Sport Club, Lakeshore is hosting a community-wide celebration and viewing of the Paralympic Opening Ceremony broadcast on Saturday, March 8. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Peggy Tuner/The Lakeshore Foundation

Homewood resident and cyclist Jennifer Scuble won silver in the 500-meter indoor and bronze in the mixed team event in the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. Read more


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Photo by Madoline Markham.

Jennifer Schuble is the fastest woman in Alabama on a bicycle. That’s why the Homewood resident was one of only five women in the world awarded a personal invitation to compete in cycling events at the 2012 Paralympics in London this summer. Read more


HHS student Genny Pittman qualifies for 2012 Olympic Trials

Photo courtesy of Genny Pittman.

Sixteen-year-old Homewood High School student Genny Pittman has advanced to the U.S. Olympic Trials Swim Meet in Omaha at the CenturyLink Center that begin June 25. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Genny Pittman.

Genny Pittman swims every day of the week except Sunday. Three times a week she practices twice a day. This may seem crazy for a typical 16-year-old high school student. But for Genny, that’s just a normal day of the week. Read more


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