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On Her Game with Sam Squiers
Sports journalist, Sam Squiers, speaks to elite sportswomen about their challenges, triumphs and setbacks, in an effort to get to know the person behind the athlete and learn what it takes to get to the top of their field. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR app.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 66 ratings
Informed and balanced
I love this podcast. Sam has the ability to bring out the story behind the athlete (or administrator) with empathy and often humour. I started listen to this podcast out of interest but now also use it to grow my own leadership to better understand the barriers faced by female athletes.
JB Empowering women in sport via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/19/21
My daughter put me on to this podcast. I am totally enjoying listening to women who have achieved in their chosen sport. It’s easy to take sports stars at face value and make a judgment on that. But you get a very different impression when you get to know the girls through mediums like this...Read full review »
3fabs via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/27/21
Well worth a review
I’ve only recently discovered this podcast and absolutely love it. The first five interviews I’ve listened to have all been awesome - inspirational women with amazing and emotional back stories. Thank you for sharing these. I’m so looking forward to listening to all the others. Highly recommend.
Mitchelolololololololol via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/12/21
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