BBC have announced the one-off return of their cult TV show 'Superstars' and a host of Team GB heroes have signed up to take part.
The multi-sport event was a television staple on the Beeb in the 70s and 80s and all 16 of the competitors in this latest incarnation won medals at the London Olympics
Household names such as Mo Farah and Christine Ohuruogu will take part as the contenders have to negotiate a series of tricky events.
There will be eight disciplines in total ranging from running to swimming to archery and the event will conclude with the famous Superstars 'gym tests.'
The event will be broadcasts on the BBC over Christmas and is being hosted by Gabby Logan.
"Superstars is going to be a lot of fun. I'm really looking forward to it. After a hard season it will be nice to compete in a different environment," said double Olympic champion Mo Farah.
"Some of the events are quite new to me which will make it all the more interesting."
The eight events are: 100m, 800m and javelin on the track; swimming (50m); archery;kayak racing; cycling hill climb and the gym tests.
Here is the field — who is your tip to win?
Alistair Brownlee, Olympic gold winner, Triathlon
Jonathan Brownlee, Olympic bronze winner, Triathlon
Mo Farah, Olympic double gold champion for 5,000 and 10,000 metres
Robbie Grabarz, Olympic bronze medal winner, High Jump
Michael Jamieson, Olympic silver medallist in 200 metres breast stroke
Anthony Joshua, Olympic gold winner, Boxing (Super Heavy weight)
Andrew Triggs Hodge, Olympic gold winner, Rowing (Coxless Four)
Peter Wilson, Olympic gold winner, Shooting (Double Trap)
Nicola Adams, Olympic gold medal winner, Boxing
Lizzie Armitstead, Olympic silver medal winner, Cycling (Road Race)
Laura Bechtolsheimer, Olympic gold and bronze medal winner, Dressage
Gemma Gibbons, Olympic silver medallist, Judo
Helen Glover, Olympic gold medal winner, women's coxless pair
Katherine Grainger, Olympic gold winner, Double Sculls
Jade Jones, Olympic gold winner, Taekwondo
Christine Ohuruogu, Olympic silver medal winner, 400 metres