Justin Willman Chambers is an American actor and former model. Born in Ohio, he went to Southeastern High School, South Charleston and studied acting at New York's HB Studio. Chambers began modeling after being approached by a modeling scout in Paris, he went on to represent fashion brands including Calvin Klein and Dolce & Gabbana. Chambers began his acting career with a recurring role in the soap opera Another World and made his feature film debut with a supporting role in 1999's comedy drama Liberty Heights, his breakthrough role came in 2005 when he was cast as Dr. Alex Karev in the ABC medical drama series Grey's Anatomy. Chambers gained widespread recognition as the series progressed and the character became one of the most popular from the hit series, earning multiple nominations and the 2017 Best TV Network Drama Actor at the People's Choice Awards as well as nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award. Chambers was born in Springfield, Ohio, on July 11, 1970 to Pamela Sue and John William Eugene Chambers II, who were both deputy sheriffs.
Chambers was brought up in Springfield and growing up he aspired to be a dentist. He has Jason. Chambers and his twin brother were hospitalized as children due to frequent bouts of pneumonia, he attended Southeastern High School in South Charleston and moved to New York, where he studied for four years at HB Studio and Ron Stetson Studios. Chambers was discovered by a modelling scout on the Metro and went on to star in ad campaigns for Calvin Klein's fragrance range, he worked throughout Europe and the United States for Calvin Klein and Dolce & Gabbana. After deciding on an acting career, he moved to New York City in the early 1990s, where he studied at the HB Studio. Studios and Ron Stetson Studios for four years, his first major acting role came in the music video "Ants Marching" by Dave Matthews Band in 1995. He went on to land a few television roles, including a contract role as the original Nicholas Hudson in the NBC soap opera Another World, New York Undercover. In 1998, he was cast as series regular in the short-lived CBS primetime soap opera Four Corners.
Chambers appeared in several television movies, such as Harvest of Fire, Rose Hill, Seasons of Love. Chambers starred in several movies, notably Liberty Heights, The Wedding Planner, The Musketeer, Southern Belles, The Zodiac, the HBO original movie Hysterical Blindness. In 2003, Chambers was cast as one of the leads in the CBS crime drama Cold Case but left after appearing in only four episodes. In August 2004, Chambers was cast as surgical intern Alex Karev in Shonda Rhimes's medical drama series Grey's Anatomy, opposite Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, T. R. Knight. In 2006, along with other cast members, he was awarded a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. In 2009, he guest-starred on the Grey's Anatomy spin-off, Private Practice, for the Grey's Anatomy/Private Practice crossover event. On January 10, 2020, Chambers had announced his departure from Grey's Anatomy and that his final episode had aired on November 14, 2019. In 1993, he married a former model agency booker.
The two met while Chambers was working for ad campaigns for Calvin Klein and Keisha was working at a modeling agency. They have five children together, twins Maya and Kaila and Jackson, they own a beagle. Chambers is involved with the nonprofit Pentecostal Christian Church mission Dream Center of Los Angeles. In late January 2008, he revealed that he suffered from a biological sleep disorder, had checked himself into Los Angeles's UCLA Medical Center to treat exhaustion after a period of only two hours of sleep each week. Chambers practices hot yoga. Justin Chambers on IMDb
List of Women's Basketball Academic All-America Team Members of the Year is a list of the annual selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America and its Academic All-America sponsor of the individual athlete selected as the most outstanding of the annual Women's Basketball Academic All-America selections. From 1996 through 2011, one winner each was chosen from both the College and University Divisions for all twelve Academic All-America teams, including football; the Academic All-America program recognizes combined athletic and academic excellence of the nation's top student-athletes. The University Division team included eligible participants from National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I member schools, while the College Division team included scholar-athletes from all of the following: NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Canadian universities and colleges and two-year schools. Beginning in 2012, COSIDA revamped its award structure.
The University Division was renamed "Division I". Since NCAA Divisions II and III have had their own separate All-Americans; the College Division consisted only of non-NCAA institutions through the 2017–18 school year, after which it was replaced by an NAIA division restricted to members of that governing body. Each team selects Academic All-District honorees in eight geographic districts across the United States and Canada. First team All-District honorees make the All-America team ballots. All twelve Academic All-American teams have one Academic All-American of the Year for each division. One of these twelve sport-by-sport Academic All-American of the year is selected as the Academic All-America Team Members of the Year for each division; the most recent women's basketball player to have earned the all-sports honor is Lauren Battista of Bentley University in Massachusetts, winner of the 2014 Division II award. All winners are Americans. Names in bold were winners of the all-sports Academic All-America Award.
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Situated in Lombardy, the Naviglio di Bereguardo was a navigable canal, part of the Navigli system. It leaves the Naviglio Grande at Abbiategrasso. Construction began in the first half of the 15th century by order of Francesco Sforza. Intended for irrigation, 24 locks were built to allow for boats to move along it; the engineer for this task was Bertola da Novate, who had 18 pound locks constructed along the canal system operated by Milan. Despite the pound locks, at Bereguardo the canal terminated just short of a connection with the River Ticino, so the boats had to be dragged over land the short distance; the canal fell into disuse in the 19th century with the opening of the grander Naviglio Pavese and today it is only used for irrigation purposes