Produced by - This week I bring you an interview with former Olympian Christie Ambrosi. is a great resource for finding the right fastpitch softball bat just for you. Former Olympian Christie Ambrosi was first exposed to the game of softball when she was the bat girl for her brothers baseball team. She actually started playing tee ball at the age of eight with her father as the coach. Christie had a passion for being the pitcher and when she got the opportunity to make her first pitch in a game she pitched it clear over the back stop. She was determined and drastically improved! Christie was discovered by UCLA in a very unique way and took a scholarship to play there! Christie also talks about her experience in Sydney Australia. Before the opening Ceremonies she and a few other teammates actually missed their bus trying to get their picture taken with everyone there! Christie now gives private softball lessons and coaches at competitive softball camps. Sign up for our newsletter at Feel free to email questions for future shows to fastpitchTV@gmail.com. You may also leave questions, or comments on our call in line 209-Softbal. Follow The Fastpitch TV Show on Twitter at Twitter.com/FastpitchTV Become a fan of the Fastpitch TV Show on Facebook at Facebook.com/FastpitchTV Visit these other great softball websites FastpitchSearch.com A seach engine just for softball. FastpitchApps.com The place to find iPhone Apps from the world of softball. SoftballJunk.com The best place online to buy softball equipment. This content is provided with a Creative Commons Share-Alike License. Feel free to use this content, so long as you give credit to Gary Leland, of Fastpitch.TV and link to Fastpitch.TV Sponsored by SoftballJunk.com Sign up for our newsletter at LINKS OF INTEREST . . This content is provided with a Creative Commons Share-Alike License. Feel free to use this content, so long as you give credit to Gary Leland, of Fastpitch.TV and link to Gary leland is a new media producer of fastpitch softball. information. For advertising information send him an email to Gary@Fastpitch.TV, or visit his personal website site at for more information on Gary.