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Danielle Lawrie's Olympic Journey, Presented By Mizuno

(Photos courtesy of Mizuno and Morgan Henry Photography)

Team Canada's Danielle Lawrie will play in her second Olympic Games this summer when she takes the field in Tokyo. Lawrie, who was an Olympian back in 2008, was also a national champion with the University of Washington in 2009.

The 34-year-old, who competed for several years as a professional softball player, spoke with Softball America about her outlook ahead of the Tokyo Games, what it's been like to be a mom of two with an Olympic dream and how she hopes to be remembered by the softball community once she retires from playing the sport after this summer's Olympics.

Watch below for Softball America's interview with Lawrie, presented by Mizuno.


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