BBC's first ever series of Celebrity Race Across the World came to a nail-biting end last night (25 October), with two teams neck and neck in the final leg.
After racing 10,000km over 28 days from Africa to the Arctic, passing through five checkpoints and 24 countries, the duos reached the finish line in Tromsø, Norway, with TV broadcaster Alex Beresford and his dad, Noel, coming in first place.
Just four minutes behind the champions were McFly drummer Harry Judd and his mum, Emma, while singer Mel Blatt and her mum, Helene, came in third place. Racing driver Billy and sister Bonny pulled out of the race at the beginning of the episode, due to an emergency at home.
Here, we catch up with Alex and Noel to learn their highlights from travelling through Europe, the most challenging parts of the race, and the joys of overland travel.