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Ep. 24 - Julia Fry

Updated: Nov 10, 2020

"I guess what we just need to do well, it's brief ourselves, talk to the right people, you know, we deal with partners on the ground, we deal with scientists, and really, it's about, you know, asking the right people the right questions, building up the facts."

Julia Fry has experienced sport in some incredible locations around the world, but she’s about to take that to a new level with her work in the new motorsport series Extreme E. Due to launch in 2021, the circuit will hold electric off-road rally races in areas of the world impacted by climate change, ranging from Greenland to the Amazon. Julia shares how, as Head of Communications for Extreme E, she and her team have been working to keep content flowing in the two years before the organization’s first race. She also describes some of her previous work, including an around the world boat race, several marathons and Olympic Games.


Julia Fry

LinkedIn | Twitter

Extreme E

2021 Race Schedule

Extreme E News Listing

Joins United Nations Sports For Climate Change

Taking Lead on Gender Equality in Motorsport

Race Format

SUV Unveil

Greenland Announced as Arctic Stage Host

Saudi Arabia Desert Location

Test Event Recap

Broadcast Deal Announcements with Fox | BBC | RDS | ESPN

Extreme E Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Snapchat | TikTok | YouTube

St. Helena

St. Helena Re-Launch

Clipper Round the World Race


Host Ports (2019-20)

Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race

2008 Olympic Sailing Qingdao

Crew Diaries

Man overboard in Pacific

TCS New York City Marathon

Virgin Money London Marathon 

Bank of America Chicago Marathon

Sir Robin Knox-Johnston (Clipper Race Founder, first to sail non-stop around globe)

Olympic Games


Premier League

1996 England vs Germany Euros, The Guardian (2020)

England Win 2003 Rugby World Cup, BBC


Unofficial Partner

Oprah's Supersoul Conversations

Thrive 5

Deepak Chopra’s 21 Days of Abundance

Friday Night Comedy from BBC Radio Four

Infinite Monkey Cage

I Sport Connect 

Sports Industry

Sports Pro

BBC Twitter

Reuters Twitter

Associated Press Twitter

The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown

Open by Andre Agassi

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

First They Killed my Father by Loung Ung

The Tango Singer by Tomás Eloy Martínez

Tiger King

The Last Dance

Chicago Bulls

Michael Jordan

Athlete A

The Crown

Married at First Sight Australia


Tim Henman

Andy Murray wins 2013 Wimbledon, Highlight

2003 Rugby World Cup

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