All three of the Sheppard sisters – 13 year-old Tai, 12 year-old Rainn, and 10 year-old Brooke – were living in a homeless shelter when they won medals at the Junior Olympics. From homelessness to gun violence, they’ve been through it ALL, but they’ve used track and field as their outlet.
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