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The Jump 2017 preview

Find out which celebs are taking part this year.

© Channel 4 - Left to Right - Gareth Thomas, Caprice Bourret, Jade Jones MBE, Lydia Bright, Kadeena Cox MBE, Spencer Mathews, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Vogue Williams, Robbie Fowler, Mark Dolan, Louis Smith, Emma Parker-Bowles, Josie Gibson and Jason Robinson OBE

The Jump, Channel 4’s celebrity reality show, returns tomorrow night (5th February) for a fourth season. Fourteen daring celebs have hit the slopes of Jump Mountain high in the Austrian Alps and are getting ready to compete live.

The male celebs taking part this year are Britain’s most decorated Olympian and Tour De France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins, Welsh Rugby International player Gareth Thomas, World Cup Winner and England Rugby Captain Jason Robinson OBE, England International footballer Robbie Fowler, former Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, comedian Mark Dolan and double silver Olympic medal winning gymnast Louis Smith MBE.

The female celebs taking part this year are two time Olympic Taekwondo champion Jade Jones MBE, double gold Paralympic medallist Kadeena Cox MBE, Irish TV presenter, radio DJ and model Amy Willerton (replacing an injured Vogue Williams), star of TOWIE Lydia Bright, reality TV star Josie Gibson, TV presenter and journalist Emma Parker-Bowles and Caprice Bourret, entrepreneur and top model.

Watch a teaser trailer for The Jump 2017 below:

 

After weeks of being put through their paces in training by a team of world class experts and trainers, the competition at Jump Mountain is set to be fierce as they all have their eyes on the prize – the coveted Cowbell Trophy – currently in the hands of The Jump 2016 champion, Rugby ace Ben Cohen.

Davina McCall will be back at to host, with old blue eyes Graham Bell and legendary sports commentator Barry Davies in the commentary box analysing every event.

It’s become known as one of the most dangerous shows on TV with many of last year’s celebs suffering accidents and injuries. This year Vogue Williams has already had to pull out and has been replaced by Amy Willerton. Sir Bradley Wiggins has also suffered a foot injury.

The show must go on 👊🏻🇬🇧

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In the first episode the celebs will compete in Parallel Ski races with the slowest down the mountain taking on The Jump eliminator to keep their place in the competition.

Tune into Channel 4 tomorrow night at 7:30pm (5th February) to watch the first episode of The Jump 2017. Preview the celebs in our gallery below:

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