the games The reboot returns to TV this week, with Tyson Fury confirmed as the first guest of the Celebrity Sports competition.
Boxer Fury is just one of a star-studded group from the sports world who will appear throughout the week to give pointers to the 12 famous racers on how to improve their game.
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Here’s everything you need to know about the new version of the games – Including who is participating, who are the referees and hosts, and what sports you can look forward to.
when it will be the games on TV?
the games The much-anticipated TV returns for the series Reboot Tonight (Monday, May 9) at 9 PM on ITV.
Celebrity contestants will continue the competition throughout the week, with episodes airing at the same time each evening until the finale on Friday, May 13.
Fans of the series may remember that it originally aired on Channel 4, where it ran for four series between 2003 and 2006.
Who are the competing celebrities? the games?
There are 12 celebrities who are lining up to compete in the series after going through weeks of intense training.
Among the former super physique famous contestants Strictly come dance Pro Kevin Clifton, exCoronation Street Star Ryan Thomas and TV star Kristen McGuinness.
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The former will join them love islandOlivia Atwood, Wes Nelson, Phoenix Brown, daughter of Mel B, Max George and the Wanted Harry Potter Actor Josh Herdman.
Look for soap battle like Coronation StreetColson Smith and EmerdelRebecca Sarker both enter the competition.
The line-up is complemented by news anchor Lucrezia Millarini, footballer and singer Chelcee Grimes, who will undoubtedly put the skills she learned from her into the lineup. Freeze Fear with Wim Hof for good use.
Who are the hosts and commentators?
Hosting the series will be This morningAnd dancing on Ice And freeze fear Lt. Col. Holly Willoughby, former cricketer and maximum speed Star Freddy Flintoff.
They will have experts in the form of ex-football player and presenter Alex Scott as track reporter, and ex-football player and presenter Chris Camara as commentator.
A host of superstar athletes will be guest-stars every night to offer advice and insight, starting with world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, hexaathlon athlete Dennis Lewis and driver Matt Lee on Monday.
Tuesday, the Olympic athletes host swimmer Tom Dean and diver Leon Taylor, while Wednesday receive Paralympic javelin champion Holly Arnold and coach David Arnold.
On Thursday, swimming and Paralympic biking Ms Sarah Storey joined the team, former England football final stars Jermaine Jenas and decathlon Olympian Daley Thompson on Friday.
What sports will you appear in? the games?
Competitors had an intensive course in various Olympic disciplines that will cover the athletics arena, gymnasium, swimming pool and cycling track.
Events from Crystal Palace include the 100m and 400m hurdles, hurdles, hammer throw and javelin throw
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There will be a flight back to the London 2012 Olympic venue Lee Valley Velopark for cycling events, while pool events include synchronized swimming and diving.
Look out for some unusual events, too, like brisk climbing, canoe slalom, and weightlifting.
Each episode of the evening is live coverage of events, but will also feature recorded footage of how celebrities trained for each discipline.
Plenty of action centers on Crystal Palace throughout the week, with Friday’s final broadcast as celebrities try to top the medal table and crown the series winner.
Games start tonight (Mon) at 9pm on ITV.
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