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Tom Daley’s Hell of a Homecoming first look shows exhausting bicycle ride

Olympian Tom Daley has experienced a few extreme actual difficulties, so when he says that his excursion in Tom Daley’s Hell of a Homecoming was “the absolute hardest long periods of [his] life”, you know he’s truly destroyed himself this time.

Daley finished a 290-mile venture from the Aquatics Center in London, where he won his first Olympic award, to his old neighborhood of Plymouth, by paddling, running, swimming and cycling in the hardest circumstances.

That, however all of this was done one after the other, with Daley on little rest and stretching his body to the edge.

It was all in help of fund-raising for Comic Relief, and his excursion is set to air as a one-hour unique on BBC One this evening (Monday fourteenth March) at 9pm.

Presently, has a selective first-look clasp of Daley’s mammoth excursion, and it appears to be absolutely overwhelming.

Investigate the clasp underneath as Daley manages actual agonies, mental fights and, erm, abrading.

The 27-year-old jumper said of the endeavor: “When I joined to do the test, it hadn’t occurred to me how far London to Plymouth really was. I needed to prepare and push my body to places that I never at any point realized I could. There was where I thought, this is the most worn out and depleted I’ve at any point felt in my life.

“I’ve prepared for four Olympics and absolutely no part of that comes close in correlation. It’s been probably the hardest days of my life. It was so extraordinarily intense, and individuals will see that in the narrative.

The unique is additionally set to include appearances from any semblance of Davina McCall, Eddie Izzard, Ellie Simmonds, Sir Lenny Henry, Sir Steve Redgrave and Daley’s jumping accomplice, Matty Lee, every one of whom came around to support him.

In the interim, the current year’s Red Nose Day fundraiser in help of Comic Relief will air at 7pm on Friday (eighteenth March).

Tom Daley’s Hell of a Homecoming airs this evening (fourteenth March) at 9pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. Assuming that you’re searching for additional to watch, look at our TV Guide. Look at our Documentaries center point for all the most recent news.

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