Six celebrities remain on The Jump but only one will be crowned the winner of this year's series on Monday night. The contenders are Mike Tindall, Louise Thompson, Joey Essex, Louise Hazel, Chloe Madeley and Jon-Allan Butterworth.
Taking to the slopes one last time, the six stars will test out their air jump and ski cross skills.
Contestants will also face the main jump, but will have to keep their wits about them for the biggest challenge of the competition so far – the gruelling K40 jump, if they dare.
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Mike Tindall said he would definitely be attempting the biggest jump on the final
Sunday night's episode saw Made in Chelsea's Louise grab a place in the final, after beating JB Gill in the live jump-off. The JLS singer managed a distance of 13.5 metres while pint-sized Louise travelled slightly further to reach 17 metres.
Joining Louise in the final is former England rugby player Mike, who retired from the sport last summer. The Queen's grandson-in-law has previously said that he will definitely attempt the biggest ski jump on the show.
"Without a doubt I will do the biggest one," said Mike, who has a one-year-old daughter, Mia, with his wife Zara Tindall. "I would be devastated if I came away and I hadn't done the biggest one. I wouldn't be able to go and look my baby daughter in the eye."
Louise Thompson made it to the final, after beating JLS singer JB Gill in the semis
Fellow athlete and paralympic cyclist Jon-Allan may stand a good chance at winning the competition, as he has said in the past that he "isn't dreading anything" and loves hurtling down the slopes at high speed.
Gold medal winner Louise Hazel, who specialises in the multi-event heptathlon, won't leave the show without a fight, as she hasn't made a secret of her competitive nature so far.
Former TOWIE star Joey Essex has also secured a place in The Jump final
Non-professional athletes Joey Essex and Chloe Madeley have also made it to the final. The former TOWIE star has been keen to experience Austria aside from the training and mingle with the "single girls" on the show.
TV presenter Chloe has described herself as an "adrenaline junkie", so will her energy drive her to the winning spot?
The Jump final will air on Channel 4 at 8pm, hosted by Davina McCall.
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