Anton will be performing the post–festive jog along the muddy canal towpath, a 55 minute, 7km slowstep.
Sir Bruce: Here he is in training!
Finishing a very wet Great North Run – in my road running era – in 1980?
Sir Bruce: Well done indeed – marvellous to see such enthusiasm in the rain! Over to you Len.
Len: I like to see the contestants having a go – and you certainly did that for me.Yes, it could have had more balance and flowed more but for a first run it was a solid beginning to the season. Well done son!
A slowstep of slithering simplicity safely shuffled. Go for it – you know you can do more!
Craig: Your steps were lumpy and stacato, you completely stopped at the benches
for a stretch and slipped several times. However, you showed more movement on the return. Not a complete disaster darling!
Darcy: Plenty of enthusiasm for such a difficult first dance. I would have liked to have seen more poise in the upper body, work on your core will help.
Sir Bruce: Plenty of suggestions there – off you go.
Tess: Craig said 'your steps were lumpy and stacato'.
Me: I can agree to that – I was uncertain how it would go after the festive fun. The return section was better and I felt more at ease coming back. I can certainly improve.
Tess: The scores are in!
Craig – 5 ; Darcy – 6 ; Len – 7 ; Bruno – 7
Sir Bruce: Til next week then, keep running!!