Croyde surfer Laura, aged 23, is one of several celebrity contestants who attempt to tackle the giant ITV obstacle course in the popular show, which is back for a fifth series. Viewers can tune in to ITV1 at 6.30pm tomorrow (Saturday) to see how she got on. Meanwhile, Bidefords Sam West, 19, is back to prove his reaching the final last year was by no means a fluke. Sams 2018 debut saw him as the youngest contestant to take part in the show for many years and viewers saw him perform feats of amazing agility and upper body strength to get through to the final, including a very hairy moment on the spinning logs. ITV has promised that this year in the eight part series viewers will see a competitor reach the mighty Mount Mirdoriyama as they attempt to be crowned the UKs first Ninja Warrior. Before that happens, a series of contestants will be faced with gruelling challenges including the floating steps, spinning logs, rope climbs and the four metre Warped Wall. Sam said: When I was younger I would watch Ninja Warrior UK on TV and see the guys do it before I could apply for the show, I used to think Wow, theyre like superheroes. When I watch them I thought I could never imagine myself doing it. He revealed how for this year he built up various obstacles at home from scaffold poles, including a salmon ladder and a big frame to swing on.* You can find out how Laura and Sam got on tomorrow evening (Saturday, April 27) at 6.30pm on ITV.