We are thrilled to welcome 2020 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Larissa Franklin
to Port Lambton on Saturday, June 3rd!!
Larissa will be running two Softball Skills Clinics
for our girls in U9-U15.
These clinics will focus on throwing, fielding, hitting, baserunning and empowerment!
The canteen at MacDonald Park will be open.
U9 & U11
U13 & U15
To register please click on the link below
CLICK HERE: All It Takes Softball Clinic Online Registration
Deadline for registration is May 31st.
Thank you to our generous sponsor, Smith Funeral Home in Sarnia for making this day possible for our girls!!
*This clinic is only available to softball players registered in Port Lambton.
T-shirts will be available for purchase if interested.
A little bit about Larissa Franklin ....
Larissa has been a member of the Senior National Team for over a decade, most recently helping the team bring home a historical Olympic bronze medal. A graduate of Western Kentucky University, Larissa finished her career with a .398 batting average. On the field, Larissa is known for her consistency at the plate and range in the outfield. Off the field, she is known for her ability to live life to the fullest. Larissa’s fun, uplifting spirit translates into her coaching and relatability with youth athletes. Her enthusiasm for life extends into her work as a keynote speaker where she helps organizations break down mental barriers to exceed their potential and discover All It Takes!
She is a Pan American gold and silver medalist, a 2-time World bronze medalist, World Record holder, and Hall of Fame member (Hometown Hero) in her hometown of Maple Ridge, British Columbia.
National Team Accomplishments:
2020 Olympic Bronze Medalist
10x member of the Canadian National Softball Team
Guinness World Record Holder
Pan American Gold & Silver Medalist
2x World Bronze Medalist