Pip Taylor is a certified sports nutritionist and professional triathlete. She inherited her athletic talent and love of sport from her parents, who are both competitive rowers. Pip started swimming before she could walk and also competed in track and field throughout her youth. She took up triathlon after graduating from high school and met with immediate success. Her first major win came in 2003 at a World Cup Triathlon in Manchester, England. She has since won several other international events, including Memphis in May, the Oceana and Australia Long Course Championship, and Vineman Ironman 70.3. Pip has a passion for food that she expresses through cooking and as a sports nutritionist.… She earned an undergraduate degree in human life science and a postgraduate qualification in sports nutrition through the International Olympic Committee. She writes a monthly nutrition column for Triathlete magazine.