Food For Sport

Illustrations exploring the fuel of different female athletes

Tiffany Cromwell
Cycling
149.4km
World Champs 2019

After Tiffany Cromwell completed the 2019 World Championships in Harrogate, the finish line was more than completing the race. It was an end of season party, celebrated in North Yorkshire, England.

3 hour

training ride

Duathlon

World champs

Emma Bentley
Cycling
200km

South Bucks, Audax

Emma Bentley started her day with a McDonalds hangover cure before making her way through the varied cuisine known as audax food.

 

Hannah Barnes
Cycling
3 hour training ride

England

Hannah Barnes spends most of her training in Girona. On this 3 hour training ride she finds the balance of fuelling and feeding her sweet tooth. 

 

100km

casual ride

Duathlon

World champs

Emily Walton
Duathlon
ITU World Standard Distance Duathlon Championships

Emily had one simple rule whilst running / riding / running her way to age group first place: Simple food that is easy to find “so when I travel to races I can eat the same stuff”.

 

Lizzy Banks
Cycling
100km training ride

England

“I always take more than I need for a ride, partly because I can’t bear the thought of getting hungry but also because I like to have a selection. I often find once I’m out riding I fancy eating something different to what I wanted when I was at home”⁣

 

Fran Widerström

100km

Weekend ride

Chile

Fran spends her weekend riding up mountains - "I think I just try to enjoy every moment, from preparing my food knowing I will have fuel during the ride, to the end of my journey when I can rest. That is glorious."

Becca Charlton

100km

Weekend Ride

England

Breakfast like a queen" to a prosecco finish line, Becca's 100km menu is full of smiles and morale boosting food. Cheers to that.

Useful things

après sport, London.