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Julia’s Biography

From Miss Tirol 2001 to being responsible as a press coordinator for the Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 in Sapporo, Media Relations for the Red Bull Air Race and X-Fighters World Tour to the International Client Services at the first Winter Youth Olympic Games Innsbruck 2012 and as Head of the International Department of the Winter Universiade Trentino 2013: Julia has extensive experience from around the globe.

On 24 February 2001 Julia was elected as the most beautiful Tyrolean – a title which the very pretty girl from Innsbruck definitely earned with her big green-brown eyes. For Julia the crown had the significance of glory and honor because the stepping stone into the modeling world was already made with the Supermodel of the World Contest. Just being beautiful is not the only thing Julia has to offer. In Innsbruck, she has been known for a long time as a talented skier and tennis player. Some years ago, she found a new challenge as Ironwoman and also in her job the ambitious lady is very hard working.
Immediately after the hype of representing the country as a pagent winner, university studies soon became her priority. After successfully finishing her studies in Translation and Interpreting of English, Spanish and Italian, nothing could keep Julia in the heart of the Alps.

Japan was calling, and together with 80 Japanese people on the organizing committee Julia worked for the Nordic World Ski Championships 2007 in Sapporo. A job which was quite demanding for her in the first year when she could only communicate a bit in Japanese. But in the end everything went smoothly for the competition and the media. After the championships a new journey began with a call at 4am with a new exciting job offer from across the ocean.

The offer to work for the media team on the world tour of the Red BullAir Race & X-Fighters, was a great opportunity for Julia to make use of her excellent language and people skills. For both RBAR and the RBXF she arranged interviews with athletes and coordinated press conferences. The globetrotter was awarded with wings and she enjoyed the time to get to know new cultures and countries and could further develop her event management skills at the first Youth Olympic Winter Games Innsbruck 2012.

Julia was responsible for 70 participating countries and tried her best in the Games organization together with the Chefs de Mission and the IOC to accomplish a successful conclusion to the Games in 2012.

Preparing the Youth Olympic Games for 70 participating National Olympic Committees during three years on the organizing committee allowed her to gain sufficient knowledge for the position of Head of the International Department of the Winter Universiade Trentino 2013. In this function, Julia had the opportunity to work closely with several sports institutions, both in Italy and globally, and manage a team of 23 full-time employees and 500 volunteers.

Spending about 10 years in the event management industry  made Julia see the world and meet  many exciting people who inspired her along the way to finally move to a different branch where she can put her passion about sports and training others into action.

After completing the Personal Trainer qualification in Australia, Julia now enjoys her active lifestyle by transforming other people into shape with one-on-one training sessions and group fitness classes such as Pilates, Aqua Gym, Body Styling, Aerobics, Nordic Walking and Spinning. She is also brimming with enthusiasm teaching tennis where her students sweat and have fun.

Thanks to Julia’s contagious laugh, bubbly and friendly personality you will enjoy every single training session!