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Celebrities who've quit The Jump because of injury

Sir Bradley Wiggins is the latest contestant to quit reality show The Jump because of injury. Find out who else has had to leave the show over the last three years...
Five-time Olympic cycling champion, Sir Bradley Wiggins, is the latest contestant to leave reality show The Jump because of injury. He left the Channel 4 winter sports show after getting a small leg fracture while taking part in snowcross training. And he's not the only one who's had to quit the show...
Sir Bradley WigginsBBC/Channel 4/PA
Back in series one, Olympic rower Sir Steve Redgrave fell during practice and fractured his hand. Although he would have liked to carry on, he had to pull out of the show because of his injury.
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Henry Conway, son of MP Derek Conway, hurt his hand in series one too. X Factor winner Joe McElderry took his place. Conway went on to have two operations on his hand.
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TV presenter Melinda Messenger pulled out of The Jump after a concussion. She hit her head practising for a bobsleigh event in series one.
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Comedian Marcus Brigstocke was doing pretty well in the first series of The Jump until hurt his knee in training and had to quit.
Marcus Brigstocke
In series three, Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington dropped out after she injured her shoulder during a fall.
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Actress Tina Hobley dislocated her elbow and hurt her arm after landing badly doing a ski jump in series three.
Tina HobleyBBC/Getty Images
And Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle suffered an injury to two bones in her neck. She crashed into a barrier after successfully completing a jump and has since had surgery. Let's hope there are no more injuries before the winner of The Jump, series four, is crowned.
Beth TweddleBBC/Ian Derry/Channel 4/PA