Reina Iizuka ready to stand shoulder-to-shoulder alongside her USPORTS gridiron contemporaries

In a year that has seen Kendall Coyne become the first woman to compete in the National Hockey League All-Star Skills Competition, the momentum for women shattering the glass ceiling in sport continues with an unparalleled revelation from the University of Manitoba.

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