A male boxer - Olympic super-heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua - and rowing gold medallist Helen Glover. That is according to the much-loved UK TV favourite Superstars.
The show, popular in the 1970's, returned for a special post-Olympic one-off over Christmas. We saw athletes from different sports compete agaisnt each other in a number of events.
The athletes had to compete in 6 of the 8 events, not being allowed to compete in the event nearest to their speciality + one other, with two events being compulsory - the 100m and gym tests. The events were:
Bike race (1k up a hill)
Gym tests - dips and squats - as many as possible in 1 min each.
Athletics was represented by Mo Farah, Robbie Grabarz and Christine Ohuruogu. Mo and Christine were excluded from the 800m and swimming while Grabarz was excluded from the archery and Kayak
Unfortunately the show lacked any competitiveness and actually came up short of sporting prowess to in some cases but it was overall quite fun.
6'6" Anthony Joshua won the 100m in a decent 11.53 in the pouring rain, just ahead of Grabarz in 11.7 (not bad for a high jumper) while Mo was around 12 secs. Ohuruogu jogged the 100m, it was actually quite embarrassing for her, winning easily in 13.10.
Joshua followed with further victories in the cycling and JT, second places in both the swimming and gym tests and a third in the 800m. Scottish swimmer Michael Jamieson beat Joshua in the gym tests but rower Helen Glover beat them all in the squat thrusts with 84! She proved to be superb, winning the 800m in just outside 2:20
(and that was with jogging the first 550m and taking off halfway down the back straight) she also won the cycling and swam the 50m freestyle faster than the men in a reasonable 32secs.
As for our athletes, both Mo and Christine were awful in the kayaking, mid table in the JT but good at archery. Grabarz was decent all-round, winning the swimming, 2nd in the 100m, 4th in the 800m but again awful in the JT.
It was naff TV, but quite fun to watch.