Amazon has released the trailer for EAT. RACE. WIN., Amazon’s mouth-watering new Tour de France series.
The show follows Hannah Grant, the first female chef at the famed Tour de France cycling race, and the 2017 Orica-Scott team. Combining food and cycling, the result is a unique behind-the-scenes, off-the-bike adventure into the biggest annual sporting event on the planet.
Grant is a chef, sports nutrition coach and recipe developer. She is a veteran of Fat Duck, working alongside Heston Blumenthal, and of Noma, where she worked with René Redzepi. Her first cookbook, The Grand Tour Cookbook, released in 2015, was the inspiration for the series.
It will see Grant take us on her race within the race as she sources performance food for Australia’s pro cycling team, Orica-Scott. As Orica-Scott’s Sports Director, Matthew White, encourages his riders to victory, Grant and her team expertly create a daily menu of food that’s rich in taste and geared to fuel riders for over 2,200 gruelling miles.
Along the Tour and across the culinary landscape of France, Grant — known as the Queen of Performance Cooking and the first chef of elite pedigree in racing — shows us exactly what it takes to perform at the edge of human endurance for 21 race days.
All six episodes will be available on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 27th July, which coincides with the release of Grant’s newest cookbook of the same name. Here’s the trailer – or, for more on what’s coming soon to Amazon Prime Video in July, click here.
EAT. RACE. WIN. is available to watch online on Amazon Prime Video as part of a £5.99 monthly subscription.
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