Be inspired by the first podcast dedicated to the stories of Filipina athletes. Hosted by sports reporter and award-winning writer Ceej Tantengco, Go Hard Girls imagines what the sports industry would be like if it was better for women.
Volleyball wasn't Jia de Guzman's first love, but she's become one of the Philippines' most accomplished volleyball players. Jia reflects on her hard-earned wins, her vision for gender equality in volleyball, and empowering the next generation of athletes. This episode is powered by Under Armour, in celebration of International Day of the Girl.
The Philippines’ national softball team has won every single gold medal in the Southeast Asian Games since 1979. Now ranked 13th in the world, they reflect on their journey and what it means to carry that legacy.
Gilas Pilipinas Women made history with back-to-back SEA Games gold medals in 2019 and 2022. It's not just a win for the Philippines, but for the next generation of Filipina ballers, who now have role models to look up to and more opportunities to play. In this episode, you'll hear all about the day the Gilas Women met the Girls Got Game Born Ready Basketball Camp.
The Philippine Women’s National Football Team made history when they qualified for the FIFA World Cup. In this special guest episode, Izzy Lee of the Teka Teka News podcast talks to the PWNFT about their historic win, the push for gender equity in football, and what comes next.
Before she fought for the Philippines' first Olympic gold, Hidilyn Diaz fought to build "Team HD" and secure funding for her needs. What does it mean to invest in national athletes, and what will it take to win more gold medals? Hidilyn shares her story alongside MVP Sports Foundation executive director Jude Turcuato.