The endurance athletes guide to eating. Following the successful Grand Tour Cookbook, Hannah Grant brings you the year round must-have food and nutrition bible. Thousands of people around the globe have praised her easy to follow, healthy and tasty recipes. Hannah has, in collaboration with Physiologist Dr. Stacy Sims Ph.D, created EAT, RACE, WIN; a modern classic sports nutrition and hydration cookbook to support and guide the athlete through their training program throughout the year. ERW also features unique interviews with some of the world’s best endurance athletes, Peter Sagan, Michael Valgren, Selene Yeager, Gwen Jorgensen, the Diabetic team Novo Nordisk and with a foreword by Greg Lemond. These tailored meals are designed to maximize physical levels and reach peak performance. Let yourself be inspired in the kitchen to go get those endurance sport goals in the bag it has never been more delicious and mouth-watering to ... EAT, RACE and WIN.
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About the Author
Hannah Grant, Author of the Grand Tour cookbook and EAT RACE WIN, was born in Denmark in 1982 to a Danish mother and Scottish father and grew up in a loving and creative family filled with people from the theatre and the restaurant industry. It fired her passion for food, creativity and cooking which has been her life s work. After a year spent in the Danish Royal Navy in 2003, Hannah joined the culinary institute of Copenhagen to pursue her dream of combining creative skills and cooking with traveling, all the while continuing to learn, evolve and develop. First she spent a year on a kite boarding expedition boat sailing the South Pacific. Hannah sourced local ingredients and cooked wholesome meals for the kiteboarders and surfers on board. It was an experience that triggered a new and exciting interest in nutrition, special diets and performance fuel. It was the start of a unique culinary adventure that shaped her life Diploma in hand she then ventured into some of the best restaurants in the world including the Fat Duck in the UK and Noma in Denmark before the door opened onto a completely different world of food and endurance sport. In 2010, Hannah was hired by Bjarne Riis to cook for the riders on his professional cycling team. Throughout the season she travelled full time with the team through the incredible culinary touchpoints of France, Italy and Spain. During her 5 years with the team Hannah developed a close working relationship with Sports physiologist Dr. Stacy Sims Ph.d. The pair clicked instantly and started bringing innovative ideas to the table about fueling endurance athletes at the highest level. It was the start of the process that would end with the publication of the Grand Tour Cookbook in 2013. Originally published in Danish, then translated into English, French and German in 2015. The core themes of the book was translated into the TV show Eat, Ride, Win (Amazon Prime) which followed Hannah and her crew as they cooked for a cycling team throughout the 2017 Tour de France. On a daily basis Hannah Grant works with recipe development for her own brand as well as in collaboration with various Magazines and companies as well as doing motivational speaking and workshops.