James Haskell and Omar Meziane shortlisted for Telegraph Sports Book Awards 2019

James Haskell and Omar Meziane have been shortlisted for the Telegraph Sports Book of the Year Award, in the Sports Health & Fitness Book, for their sports performance cookbook Cooking for Fitness: Eat Smart Train Better. James and Omar will be up against a star studded list, including Dame Kelly Holmes and Sir Chris Hoy. The winners will be announced at a ceremony at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Tuesday June 4.

Midas worked on an incredibly successful campaign for Cooking for Fitness, achieving blanket coverage across BBC Breakfast, BBC News, ITV 1: Saturday Kitchen, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5, Heart Radio, Virgin Radio, The Times, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday, GQ, Great British Food, The Week and much more, resulting in the book reaching no.5 in the Amazon bestseller charts.

Cooking for Fitness is about guiding people to eat properly in order to fuel their body to train and exercise effectively. This unique recipe book, shows the reader how eating the right combinations of protein, fat and carbohydrates at the right times in order to yield the best results whether building for strength or stripping your body of fat.

The Telegraph’s Sports Health & Fitness Book of the Year shortlist 

Cooking for Fitness James Haskell & Omar Meziane (Haskell Publishing)

Dare to Tri Louise Minchin (Bloomsbury Sport)

How to Ride a Bike Sir Chris Hoy (Hamlyn)

Jog On Bella Mackie (William Collins)

Running Life Dame Kelly Holmes (Kyle Books)

Running Up That Hill Vassos Alexander (Bloomsbury Sport)

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