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Swim: Celebrity Team Captain Megan Giglia

Bike: Alex, 19, from Hendon, Tyne and Wear

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






Bike: Alex Mills, 19

Your story: “I'm a recent cancer survivor, which has unfortunately left me with spinal damage. I've recently started training at a wheelchair basketball club (WOO HEDLEYS NEWCASTLE EAGLES!). I'm determined to prove that having a disability does NOT mean that you can't get on with your normal life and live it to the full!”
What it feels like to win a Celebrity Team place: “I honestly cannot believe I have won a place. I never win anything!”
Gadget of choice: “My day wheelchair.”
Most looking forward to: “Meeting everyone. They will have such inspirational stories!”
Your Kryptonite: “Probably the race itself. This will be my first big race as I only got into disability sports in the past year. There’s not a lot of opportunity around where I live.”
Your Superpower: “I’m a very likeable person. Always have a good crack on and I don’t give up easily!”


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.”