It was won by Dalton Grant, with Ricky Groves in second and Gail Emms in third place.
"We've got similar types of humour; we find the same things very funny. In each episode, contestants competed in a series of challenges in an attempt to win £10,000. There are two challenges on the dreadmill, which change from show to show. , This article is about Wipeout UK.
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", Freddie took a good-humoured swipe back at Paddy, stating, "Paddy won't want to get his trainers or his hair wet – well what's left of his hair wet – anyway.
"We've spent so much time together over the last 18 months or two years doing Top Gear, you get to know each other really well and you get to know how each other work," he exclusively told us. Series 3 introduced a brand new challenge, in the form of Crash Mountain. The first episode, which aired on 26 December 2009, featured fitness expert Kevin Adams, Strictly Come Dancing professional dancers James and Ola Jordan, actor Luke Bailey, I'm a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! The second episode aired on 25 April 2011 and was contested by Ali Bastian, Andy Akinwolere, Caroline Faraday, Dean Macey, Ian Watkins, James Redmond, Lisa Scott-Lee, Malandra Burrows, Martin Offiah and Tupele Dorgu.
In Series 2 the rules were modified so that only the final five advanced instead of six (depending on the next challenge). Also in Series 4 there was an International Special in which a handful of British contestants went head-to-head with contestants from around the world as Total Wipeout went global for the first time, each side captained by a former Total Wipeout "legend". The Ski Lift works the same as the American version, which involves the twelve remaining contestants standing on podiums on a "human merry-go-round", over water, while two robotic sweeper arms, called the Scary quid Ski-poles, spin around trying to knock them over. The format is slightly different from the original show. And he's older than me, he's five year older so I think I've got Paddy covered on this one.". In addition, Series 5, Episode 3 was the first episode to feature an all-female Wipeout Zone, whilst in its existence, not a single contestant fell off the Seesaw of Truth. A similar special episode, called Last Chance Saloon, featured in Series 5. In Series 3 Dizzy Dummies was upgraded, including the addition of The Spinner (from the American challenge "Dizzy Dummy 2.0") and further new obstacles.