Science in Sport is a UK supplement company. Its headquarters are in Hatton Garden, London and its manufacturing facility is in Nelson in Lancashire, UK.
The company was founded by Tim Lawson in 1992 and is now traded on the London Stock Exchange. The current SiS CEO is Stephen Moon, who has been head of the business since 2011.
The people behind the brand say that “everything we do is fueled by science”. As evidence of this claim, the SiS website features profiles of nutritionists and sports scientists who work for the company. These include Dr James Morton, who works as Head of Nutrition at Team Sky and also once had a role at Liverpool FC.
Science in Sport also boasts several ambassadors. These include – or have included – Jonny Jacobs (a competitive obstacle racer and full-time personal trainer) and Ben Gregory (British decathlete and two-time Commonwealth Games finalist). Sir Chris Hoy MBE, an Olympic gold medalist, also says he uses SiS supplements because they are “batched tested and 100% pure”.
According to the brand website, “34 medal-winning athletes or teams used SiS products” at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
SiS also has sponsorship deals with several respected sports organizations. These include – or have included – Manchester United, Cycling Australia, USA Triathlon and British Cycling.
The Science in Sport product range includes protein powders and bars, BCAA, creatines, energy supplements, greens products, multivitamins and more. These products are available direct from the website, as well as through specialist supplement retailers, third-party e-commerce sites and even high street retailers.
As part of what it calls its “quality assurance” program, Science in Sport says its entire range tested by Informed Sport to ensure they are free from banned substances. As a result, the company proudly declares that it has “never had a contamination issue”.
Bestselling products include SiS GO Energy + Caffeine Mini Bars and SiS Whey Protein.