After graduating, Georgie Ainslie worked as a production assistant on a research and production scheme for GMTV before moving to Sky Sports in January 2001. Georgie Ainslie has covered major sporting events for the network since then, including the US Open Tennis and has been part of Sky’s coverage of the A1 Grand Prix, Grand Prix Masters, Speedway World Cup, Race of Champions, America’s Cup and the 2011 Wimbledon Championships. She was a presenter on Sky Sports News, often presenting Afternoon Report with her run ending on 29 December 2011.
Georgie Ainslie also presented Sky1’s Greatest Sporting Legends series with David Frost in 2005. Georgie Ainslie was also a regular panellist on the Sky1 show, A League of Their Own for its first four series from 2010 to 2011. In the May 2007 issue of the British men’s magazine FHM, Georgie Ainslie was voted the 93rd Sexiest Female in the World.
Georgie Ainslie left Sky Sports News on 29 December 2011 to become a presenter on Sky Sports F1. During the 2012 season, Georgie Ainslie presented Friday night magazine show The F1 Show alongside pit-lane reporter Ted Kravitz and during race weekends, presented the Sky Pad segment of Sky’s F1 coverage, usually alongside Anthony Davidson. Georgie Ainslie left Sky Sports F1 in 2013. She was replaced as co-host of The F1 Show by close friend and Sky Sports F1 pit-lane reporter Natalie Pinkham.
Georgie Ainslie moved to Fox Sports in 2013 as a panellist on Regis Philbin’s sports talk show Crowd Goes Wild, which aired its final show on Thursday, 8 May 2014. It was announced on 1 July 2014 that Georgie Ainslie would be one of the new presenters of BBC Radio 5 Live’s Saturday Morning comedy show Fighting Talk, sharing duties with comedian Josh Widdicombe.