This reality TV programme is broadcast on BBC 3 and in France on France4.
Here is a video of one of the contestants and an interview to help you
Here are the questions that ED had to answer.
Describe your training regime:
Fairly haphazard. Swimming and running mostly. I’ve been going kayaking and climbing quite a bit recently, to be honest if an opportunity to do a bit of sport arises then I’ll grab it.
Fugitive student in search of job.
Do you have pets?
Yes, a border terrier.
Do you currently have a girlfriend(s)?
What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
I like my food.
What is your favourite sporting moment?
England winning the Rugby World Cup.
Who is your sporting idol?
What car do you drive?
If not competing in Last Man Standing you’d be…
Working in finance.
Feeder. I’m loving MGMT at the moment though.
What has Last Man Standing meant to you?
Plenty, this year I’ve done some amazing things with great bunch of lads.
What other sports do you compete in?
Lacrosse, rugby and hockey.
Greatest sporting achievement so far?
Getting a Blue (getting my University colours).
You wouldn’t expect it from me but I love/am obsessed with…
Penguins. You’ve got to love penguins.
What was your highlight of Last Man Standing?
Herding reindeer in Kamchatka.
How did you train to prepare for Last Man Standing?
Running and swimming.
What do you do to pass the time on your travels round the world?
Mock JJ mostly. Music/films/books/cards, you know the score.
What’s your favourite film/film star?
What do you do in your spare time?
Pub, sport, a bit of photography, live music, Morris Dancing, etc. Usual stuff really.
Do you have any secret talents?
I can eat a lemon whole in under a minute.
What qualities do you most value in your friends?
Loyalty, a rubbish sense of humour and not taking themselves too seriously.
What natural gift would you most like to possess?
I’d quite like to be able to meditate.
Who has been the biggest influence in your life?
Not sure really.
Which superhero are you most like?
Who is your ideal woman?
Who is your role model?
Thomas Lyttleton de Froidmont Lawrence.
Enjoy the video in which he explains what he did with the sherpas