Brian Cain's Mental Performance Mastery Podcast

PODCAST: Kaleigh Rafter – Canadian Olympic Softball Player Talks Mental Game

Kaleigh Rafter has been a member of the Canadian National Team since 2007.  She was a member of the 2010 ISF World Championship team that won a bronze medal in Venezuela, and also won two silver medals at the Pan American Games (2007 and 2011).  Rafter competed with the 2012 ISF World Championship team that finished fourth in Whitehorse, Yukon, and led Canada with a pair of home runs and seven runs batted in as Canada again finished fourth at the 2014 ISF Women’s World Championship in Haarlem, Netherlands.  She has also played professionally for Honda in the Japanese Professional Softball League.  She was a member of the 2008 Team Canada Olympic Team and also played collegiately at Florida State, where she was named a first-team NFCA All-Region selection as well as an All-ACC First Team performer.

You can connect with Kaleigh on Twitter @KaleighRafter!

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