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Lakeshore Campus Construction

July 18, 2019

We are excited to be entering the final stages of construction for the new addition to our main building. This new addition is just one component of our Campus Enhancement Plan (CEP). For the next several months, campus construction will continue and move to an outdoor feature, the Campus Commons. This webpage provides you with weekly updates on […]

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Lakeshore Celebrates the Naming of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee

June 20, 2019

Today, we celebrate the announcement that the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has formally changed its name to the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. We applaud the USOPC and its leadership for recognizing Paralympic athletes and the Movement with this change. From the beginning, Lakeshore Foundation has believed that sport has the power to create […]

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Meet Team Great Britain’s Jamie Stead

May 9, 2019

At the ripe old age of 25, Jamie Stead is actually a veteran for Team GB. With one Paralympics and two world and European championships under his belt, he is ready to take on the world’s top three teams at Four Nations. Learn a bit more about this arcade-loving athlete, and watch him compete May […]

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Meet Team Australia’s Shae Graham

May 2, 2019

Shae Graham is making history. As the first woman to represent Australia in wheelchair rugby at a major international tournament, Four Nations will be her inauguration with the Steelers. She’s ready to show the world what she’s got. Learn a bit more about this book-loving midpointer, and watch her in action May 22-25 at Four Nations Wheelchair […]

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Meet Team Japan’s Takayuki Norimatsu

April 24, 2019

Takayuki Norimatsu is Team Japan’s newest member. Originally from the Japanese island of Kyushu, he now lives and trains in Chiba. Learn a bit more about this heavy metal loving rookie. Return to Four Nations Invitational page Classification: 1.5 Occupation: Office Worker Hometown/Current Residence: Kumamoto/Chiba Years on National Team: First Year Most embarrassing wheelchair rugby moment: I […]

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