• Media ID-367

    Taking place every four years and seen as the "Everest of the Seas", the Vendée Globe is an unassisted non-stop round-the-world race. The solo sailors set off on their IMOCA 60 foot monohull boats from Les Sables d'Olonne in France for 28,000-miles and the most extreme of challenges.

    As either individual consultants or in the capacity of the agency, Fretté Rogerson has provided media relations support to the the Vendée Globe event organisation since 2004 until 2021, as well as for competitors since the 1996 edition.


    Fretté Rogerson PR handled the media relations for both France and International. The agency organised and managed the press office both in Les Sables d'Olonne and Paris. We provided a 24/7 media service throughout the duration of the race as well as communications consultancy in the build up.  


  • Media ID-352

    Known as the footbull World Cup of sailing, America’s Cup is one of the world’s most important sailing competitions and leading sports events in terms of media impact. The event dates back to 1851, making it the world’s oldest sporting trophy; on average it takes place every three to four years.

    As either individual consultants or in the capacity of the agency, Fretté Rogerson has provided media relations, TV distribution and communications support to the America's Cup event organisation, participating teams and sponsors since 1992.  


  • Media ID-7550

    The Haute Route events are prestigious cycling road races taking place over 7 days, organised by professionals for amateur cyclists. In all races, Haute Route participants, grouped in teams, travel more than 750 km across the favourite playground of cyclists from around the world: the Alps, the Dolomites, the the Pyrenees and now the Rockies.

    We were assigned to manage the international press relations and media services with special focus on France, Britain, Spain and key non-EU territories such as USA, Canada, Australia and Brazil. The agency organises press trips, manages the on and off site press office during the events and provides the service in multiple languages (English, French and Spanish). 




  • Media ID-3120

    Sunset+Vine is a leading sports production and distribution company in the UK and around the world. Fretté Rogerson PR heads up and provides to international news distribution and PR services for major clients including the Ocean Race, America’s Cup, SailGP, Super League Triathlon, INEOS 1:59 Challenge, Global Champions League, 52 Super Series, Ineos, Abu Dhabi Desert Rally, Cowes Week and Henley Royal Regatta.

    We are the personal link with the TV channels news and sports from around the world and work to bring the local news story to the widest audience possible. Our team in London and our key market agents work closely with sports reporters, news desks and keep their finger on the pulse to ensure the events we represent get valuable broadcast time.

    "The team at Frette Rogerson have been running the news distribution service for Sunset+Vine across our catalogue of sporting events for a number of years now, achieving high global visibility and valuable news coverage for our clients."
    Andrew Preece, Executive Director, Sunset+Vine


  • Media ID-366

    The Association Ven Dan Vwèl 972 is a non-profit organisation created in 2003 by a group of sailing enthusiasts whose main aim is to introduce and share both experience of the sea and sailing with the world and particularly women. The association also organises the Tour de Martinique.

    The agency provides communications consultancy and strategy to the Association including events, annoucements and presentations. Fretté Rogerson PR designed and built the website as well as all the press releases and international media relations. 




  • Media ID-2676
  • Media ID-780
  • Media ID-840
  • Media ID-841
  • Media ID-842
  • Media ID-1429

    The 4L Trophy is an adventure available for students, who drive across the Moroccan desert in a Renault 4L. This is not only a sports rally but also a humanitarian one.
    The agencies job was to cover all media relations for the event in 2010 and 2011.

  • Media ID-1436
  • Media ID-1442
  • Media ID-1438

    The 25th World Championship was held in France in 2017 in eight different regions within France.

    During the event, the agency managed eight different competition venues, media facilities and accreditations for over 1600 media.





  • Media ID-1447
  • Media ID-1445
  • Media ID-1444
  • Media ID-1441
  • Media ID-1440
  • Media ID-1439

    The agency has been involved with the Tour since 2001,and has accompanied various Official Partners and cycling teams each year.

    Key responsibilities include: Media coverage for relevant sponsors, advertising caravans, cycling teams as well as the creation of special operations to bring out the the brand, crisis communication and digital communication 

  • Media ID-1437
  • Media ID-1435
  • Media ID-1434
  • Media ID-1433
  • Media ID-1432
  • Media ID-1446

    Committed to rugby since 1984, today, the French Societe Generale partners Rugby Federation (FFR) and the National Rugby League (NRL). Key Responsibilities included: Media Coverage of all of the groups share 'the the carried out in the 2005 and 2008 Rugby World Was Whose Rugby Cup in 2007

  • Media ID-1451

    Liliane and Sabina have been involved working in the Tour for a number of years. Work has ranged from sponsorship activation for event and team brands to press relations for teams. Liliane in particular has worked across all the major accounts and Sabina with official event supplier sponsors Skoda and Tissot.



  • Media ID-1430

    24 Hours Le Mans is an endurance race and the real testing ground for titans. Here, the agency oversaw mainstream press and public relations throughout 2012-13.



  • Media ID-2472

    Sponsor of the French America’s Cup Team, Groupama Team France, Norauto is a leading French car servicing centre group with over 9,000 employees in 576 centres across 9 countries. Fretté Rogerson handles the international press relations for their sponsorship activity in sailing. We communicate in 5 languages and organise press trips and media activity to leverage the sponsorship.


  • Media ID-3122

    Hugo Boss’s sponsorship of Alex Thomson racing extends beyond a tradition sports sponsorship. We provide consulting and specifically work with the French market to maximise on press coverage on the IMOCA 60 races Alex competes on.


  • Media ID-2473

    BlackCat Superyachts founded by Mitch Booth, sets the standard in large cruising catamarans. Fretté Rogerson PR provides consulting, editorial and press relations globally to the luxury catamaran brand.


  • Media ID-2678
  • Media ID-3121
    The Gitana saga - In the year 2000, Edmond de Rothschild created the Gitana Team, an offshore racing stable dedicated to the passion for speed on the water.
    His son, Baron Benjamin de Rothschild continued a tradition based on expertise and innovation, performance and beauty, and transformed a 140-year old family passion into a school of excellence.
    The Gitana Team yachts sail under the colors of the Edmond de Rothschild Group.
    Frette Rogerson PR was appointed as the Gitana Team international media relations agency in 2015 responsible for looking for coordinating launches, press trips, media relations and crisis managemeht.
  • Media ID-3125

    Dongfeng Race Team is a professional offshore racing team, made up of international and Chinese sailors that competed in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18. The event is one of international sport’s longest and toughest events, pitting crews of up to 11 professional sailors in identical boats against each other in a nine-month global marathon.

    Fretté Rogerson PR looked after the international press relations for the sailing team, with a special focus on Britain, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Portugal and USA - organising press trips for team launches, training sessions, and stopover cities around the world over the course of the race and liaising with worldwide media to achieve coverage for the campaign.

  • Media ID-6571

    Recognised as a global footwear, apparel and gear leader in trail running, Salomon is focused on developing Salomon-sponsored races to deliver head-to-head battles between the most elite competitors, offer improved media accessibility and content, and provide exceptional organisation for all competitors—including running workshops, SalomonTV screenings and much more.

    Fretté Rogerson worked to develop the Salomon Golden Trail Series raising awareness by reaching out to non specialised press through the Salomon Trail Running Festival - bringing media from selected countries from across the world to the events in 2017.

  • Media ID-6572
  • Media ID-7445

    The UTMB® Mont Blanc is the world’s leading trail running event set up in 2003. The iconic event attracts huge interest and comprises 7 events with entry hotly fought over through a series of qualifications. The UTMB, which attracted 722 runners for the first event in 2003, today with over 30,000 applications, limits entries to 10,000 requiting a carefully masterminded registration process.

    Fretté Rogerson PR is looking after all aspects of international press relations activation for this event, managing the press centre and press trips, starting in 2019 and continuing on an ongoing annual basis.

  • Media ID-7473

    The INEOS 1:59 Challenge was Eliud Kipchoge’s second attempt to make sporting history by becoming the first person ever to run a marathon distance (26 miles/42.2km) in under two hours. Kipchoge successfully broke the barrier on Saturday 12th October in The Prater in Vienna, Austria, running the distance in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds.

    As the international news team for Sunset+Vine, Fretté Rogerson PR delivered a full news distribution service for the event, managing all VNR and individual interview alerts in 5 languages across the key territories, providing complete news production and distribution on site, resulting in 11,180 hits on 1081 channels across 296 markets.

  • Media ID-7474

    The IDEC SPORT Asian Tour was the initiative to tackle six sailing world records, including five new race courses between Europe and Asia, culminating in the attempt to smash the legendary Clipper Route record between Hong Kong and London.

    Skippered by Francis Joyon, the world's fastest trimaran beat the record covering the distance in just 31 days, 23 hours.

    Fretté Rogerson PR managed all aspects of the international communications with a team of five working in Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, English and Spanish. Aspects of the role included social media posting, video and press release distribution as well as organising press trips and press officers on site for the starts and finishes of all records.

  • Media ID-7475

    The Race for Water Foundation has been dedicated to ocean conservation since it was set up in 2010. We looked after the international press relations for the Foundation, including its five-year round-the-world Odyssey.

    Our responsibilities included writing and translating a range of press materials, managing ongoing press relations with pro-active sell in, and acting as the on-site press officer at key stopovers to manage press conferences, interviews and social media networks. Due to the current interest in all things sustainable, we have been able to generate interest across a broad section of press ranging from science, innovation and technology to travel, adventure and entrepreneurialism.

    We managed to obtain media coverage across all national press at each stopover as well as international correspondent pieces for outlets such as the BBC World, CNN and Tatler.

  • Media ID-7476

    X Shore is a Swedish manufacturer of eElectric crafts set up by Konrad Bergström, a renowned Swedish entrepreneur and colourful “enfant terrible” in the business world who founded Zound Industries with the global success brands Urbanears (Sweden’s fastest growing company in history) and Marshall headphones and speakers.

    Rooted firmly at the intersection of new technology and traditional craftsmanship, X Shore strives to bring sustainability and innovation to the marine industry in order to achieve a better sea life experience.

    Fretté Rogerson PR organised the launch of the brand including the logistics, organisation and hosting of an international press trip with over 45 journalists from the lifestyle, marine and technology sectors.

  • Media ID-7540

    Frette Rogerson looks after all international press relations. With 28 trail running events from around the world the agency is involved in press releases, media partnerships and press trips.

  • Media ID-7544

    Armed with an in-depth knowledge of not only the oceans, but also harbours and coastal preservation, Seafloatech specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of sustainable mooring solutions and ocean surface modules. The range of Seafloatech products are all anchored and stabilised by the Seafloatech Pod’η, a safe and environmentally friendly seabed-to-surface mooring device which can be adapted to each individual marine environment, and a sustainable alternative to conventional anchors and chains.

    Since 2020 we have managed and consulted for Seafloatech, adapting our services annually to serve the ebs and flows of activity, from press relations, editorial content and social media channels, to invitations, presentations, creative and graphic design.


  • Media ID-7563

    For the 2023 Rugby World Cup, nine French cities hosted matches with Rugby Villages where fans could gather and enjoy the World Cup atmosphere.

    In preparation of the opening ceremony, we managed the international press relations for Ville de Paris, who hosted the Rugby Village in the Place de la Concorde for the World Cup, which welcomed over one million visitors.

    We amplified coverage of the Rugby Village on an international scale by managing the press releases for the English market, as well as co-ordinating and delivering a comprehensive press trip with top-tier media.