Mark Dolan has become the second celebrity to be eliminated from The Jump 2017 after snow cross brought more carnage to the slopes.
The event sees contestants skate down a 175 metre track while navigating past four obstacles: a 'corkscrew' turn, a slalom, punchbags and rollers.
Trainer Graham Bell said: "It’s not the time for poise and grace - snow cross is about turning your body in to a human bulldozer."
Once again the celebs were split up based on their size, stature and ability for four races. The first match was between Spencer Matthews, Gareth Thomas and Jason Robinson.
The Made In Chelsea star noted that he was a "target for the rugby boys" - and they successfully took him down, with Gareth claiming victory.
Lydia Bright and Emma Parker Bowles then took on Paralympian Kadeena Cox, and the TOWIE star surprisingly won their race after her two rivals crashed at the slalom.
Race three was due to involve the remaining males, but Louis Smith, Mark Dolan and Robbie Fowler had to compete as a trio after a leg injury ruled Sir Bradley Wiggins out.
Bradley has received a bye through to next week, while Louis went on to win their battle.
Finally, Amy Willerton and Caprice clashed with Jade Jones. The Olympic judo star claimed first place, while Caprice was left screaming her way down the slopes.
The runners-up of these races faced the snow cross again, giving them another to avoid the jump. However, Kadeena was unable to take part after her first race triggered symptoms of her MS, and she also got a pass to next week.
Jason won the second chance round, before the original four winners raced again to determine the overall champion. Louis Smith won this, earning him his second mini cowbell trophy.
As always, all of the losers went head-to-head on the ski jump to keep their places in the competition.
The Jump 2017 - Week 3 ski jump results
- Spencer Matthews - 14.75 metres
- Emma Parker Bowles - 10.55 metres
- Mark Dolan - 9.2 metres
- Caprice - 11.58 metres
- Robbie Fowler - 13.0 metres
- Amy Willerton - 11.43 metres
With the lowest score of 9.2 metres, it was TV presenter Mark that became the second contestant to be eliminated.
"It's the best thing I've done in my life," he reacted. "An amazing experience, an amazing group. I mainly did this to meet Caprice, so I've ticked that box!"
The Jump 2017 continues next Sunday at 9.00pm on Channel 4.