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Julie has written hundreds of press releases, feature articles, news articles, and more during her career. Check out some of her recent work here!


Facebook Live Interviews

Julie loves embracing new technologies and filmed a number of Facebook Live interviews at various gymnastics competitions. Here are just a few.


On-site Interviews

Julie has attended competitions all-over the world and while on-site, filmed interviews with athletes after their competition - sharing them with friends, family, and fans back home via social media. One big goal this summer for Canada's first men's gymnastics team in 16 years

(June 4, 2024)  The Canadian men’s artistic gymnastics team that will take to the floor at the Olympic Games in Paris this summer has one singular goal in mind – make the team final. It’s a feat that no other Canadian men’s artistic gymnastic (MAG) team has managed to accomplish before.*


Skate Canada: Stellato-Dudek and Deschamps Crowned Pair World Champions in Montreal

(March 21, 2024)  Deanna Stellato-Dudek rewrote the history books with her partner Maxime Deschamps on Thursday night at the 2024 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Montreal as they took home gold in the pair competition and she became the oldest female world figure skating champion of all time at 40 years old.


Skate Canada: The Little Club That Could - Minnedosa Skating Club Champions Inclusivity

(January 24, 2024)  On January 1, 2022, eight-year-old Cain Burgess of Minnedosa, Manitoba, and his family received news that no one ever wants to receive. A lump that his family had noticed on his shin was revealed to be osteosarcoma, and thus began Cain’s journey with cancer.


Diving Canada: Men's 10m Looking Towards the Future

(May 9, 2022) With the recent retirement of two-time Olympian Vincent Riendeau from competitive platform diving, Diving Canada is now looking to its Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games rookies of Nathan Zsombor-Murray from Pointe-Claire, QC and Rylan Wiens from Pike Lake, SK to carry the team through the next few years on the lead-up to the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.


Swimming Canada: More Podiums for Canadian Swimmers at NCAA Championships

(March 19, 2022) Taylor Ruck of Kelowna, B.C., captured her first individual NCAA title on Friday, winning gold in the 200-yard freestyle at the 2022 NCAA D1 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships being held at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta. She also added a bronze in the 400-yard medley relay with her teammates from Stanford University.


Table Tennis Canada: Dejan Papic Reflects on the 2021 Season; Optimistic for 2022

(December 11, 2021) Despite the challenges and limitations placed upon all athletes, coaches, and sport administrators over the last two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Table Tennis Canada (TT Canada) has come out of the shutdown looking strong, and with a solid foundation laid for the journey towards the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games says Dejan Papic, High Performance Consultant for TT Canada.


Gymnastics Canada: Canadian women's artistic gymnastics team qualifies for Tokyo 2020

(October 5, 2019)  The Canadian women’s artistic gymnastics team has officially qualified a full four-person team for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo following the completion of the qualifying rounds at the 2019 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, GER. 


Gymnastics Canada: MacLennan reclaims World Championship title in women's trampoline 

(November 10, 2018)  Two-time Olympic gold medallist Rosie MacLennan of King City, ON stood on top of the podium on Saturday afternoon in St. Petersburg, Russia after claiming gold in women’s individual trampoline at the 2018 FIG Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships for only the second time in her career. 


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