GO FOR GOLD PROJECT DIRECTOR AND HEAD COACH EDZ HUALDA

Go For Gold Head Coach Ednalyn Calitis Hualda started his cycling career in 2009 with Congressman Arnel Ty’s LPGMA and Mr. Eric Sy’s American Vinyl.

Wayback, Hualda was a strength and conditioning coach. There, she also worked with the two-time Marlboro Tour Champion Renato Dolosa.

In 2013, Hualda managed and coached 7-Eleven Road Bike Philippines. Likewise, she also worked as 7-Eleven Road Bike Philippines Assistant Team Director in which she supervised popular cycling names like Cris Joven, Rudy Roque, Rustom Lim, Ronnel Hualda, and Brian Sepnio.

During her stint, Road Bike Philippines came in overall team classification champion at the third edition of LBC Ronda Pilipinas in 2013.

In 2015, Coach Hualda established her team, Cebu Kopiko, and teamed up with Amis Urjel. She coached a Malaysian Team and Brunei Team in the same year as well.

The following year, in 2016, his spouse, Ronnel Hualda, introduced her to Gold For Gold team owner, Mr. Jeremy Go, and the rest is history.

She has been in a cycling career for nearly ten years. Though, Hualda, in an instance in her life, moonlighted as a call center manager.

Early in her sports career, she took national level coaching and refereeing, becoming the youngest Judo Coach and Referee.

Hualda is known to have a plethora of strategies and techniques. No wonder in 2019, the Integrated Cycling Federation of the Philippines (PhilCycling) assigned her to serve as the Philippine national cycling team head coach in the 30th Southeast Asian Games. In the same way, the Federation appointed Hualda to take charge as PhilCyling’s Head of Secretariat.

Currently, Coach Edz Hualda serves as Go For Gold Project Director under the sports patron and Powerball vice-president, Mr. Jeremy Go, who founded Go For Gold Sports Program in 2002.


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