Olympian Jade Jones has become the fourth contestant eliminated from The Jump 2017 after her failure on the ski cross left her facing her first live jump.
This week, the celebs had to ski down a 350 metre course full of obstacles including a 'wu-tang', rollers, kickers and a 'cheese wedge' finish.
Before that, they faced a 'speed ski' mini event, the results of which would decide who raced each other on the ski cross.
Spencer Matthews scored the fastest speed, 62.8 km/h, and took on joint third-placers Gareth Thomas and Louis Smith (both 62.2 km/h).
Runner-up Sir Bradley Wiggins (62.4 km/h) would also have joined them, had he not been forced to quit the competition.
Fellow rugby star Jason Robinson (61.9 km/h) then beat Emma Parker Bowles (61.8 km/h) and Amy Willerton (61.7 km/h), with Amy trailing in last after suffering her own slip-up.
Heat three had a surprise winner, with TOWIE's Lydia Bright - who had the slowest speed ski score of 60.6 km/h - overtaking early leader Kadeena Cox (61.6 km/h) and Jade (60.9 km/h).
As Caprice was taken ill before the show went on air, she did not take part and was given a bye to next week.
The three winners then went head-to-head, with Louis claiming his third mini cowbell trophy as the overall champion.
As always, the losers had to fight to remain in the competition on the ski jump. For Gareth and Jade, it was the first time they had to jump live on air.
Emma escaped this fate after beating Kadeena in a second-chance race - but due to his crash, Spencer was unable to take part in any further events.
Therefore, he had to rely on the result of a contingency jump pre-recorded before the live show.
The Jump 2017: Week 4 ski jump results
- Gareth Thomas - 15.70 metres
- Amy Willerton - 14.15 metres
- Jade Jones - 12.30 metres
- Spencer Matthews - 15.13 metres (contingency jump)
- Kadeena Cox - 13.90 metres
As she jumped the shortest distance, it taekwondo athlete Jade who had to say her goodbyes.
She commented: "Yeah, I've had an amazing time, met amazing people. I've loved every minute of it."
The Jump 2017 airs its semi-final next Sunday at 7.30pm on C4, when the celebs face the giant slalom.