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#TeamMegan

Swim: Celebrity Team Captain Megan Giglia

Bike: Izzie, 13, from East Horsley, Surrey

Push/Run: Muninder, 22, from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands

 

 

 

Bike: Izzie Dargan, 13

Your story: “Ever since I can remember I've been in and out of hospital, but I’ve never let that stop me doing what I love - sports!!!! When I was younger, I was always the first person to sign up for extra sports clubs but I never seemed to be allowed –  I would say this powered me on even more! My best friend and I always take the opportunity to escape for a bit and explore new routes and just live life. This is going to be the best experience for me as I will just be able to be 'normal'!”
What it feels like to win a Celebrity Team place: “Amazing!!! I can't wait. It's going to be so much fun and an experience to remember forever! I've never been lucky enough to have an experience like this before so I really appreciate the opportunity - thank you!!! Xx 😁”
Gadget of choice: “Not anything to do with mobility at the moment. I came off crutches with lots of hard work a month or so ago!!!!”
Most looking forward to: “Everything! If I had to choose one or two things I guess I’d say meeting all the inspirational people there and just enjoying every minute!! 🙂.”
Your Kryptonite: “You know what, thinking about this I'm not really dreading anything too badly, but I've not been cycling for quite a while soooooo ... 😛”
Your Superpower: “Strength – mentally and I like to think physically! 😆”

 

Push/run: Muninder Hayer, 22

Your story: “I represent Great Britain in race running and currently rank first in the world over four race running disciplines. I am the current world champion and three-time European race running champion. I hope that by taking part I will help to inspire the younger generation.”
What it feels like to win a Celebrity Team place: “I’m thrilled and ready to take on the challenge.”
Which team would you most like to beat: “As many as we can.”
Your gadget of choice: “My racerunner.
Fundraising Raising for: "Cerebral Palsy Sport"
Most looking forward to: “Winning.”
Your Kryptonite: “Nothing.”
Your Superpower: “As triple race running European champion and world champion, I have a lot of experience competing at the highest level.”