Meet the rugged Dakar participant who's also a whizz on the dancefloor.
Participants in the Dakar Rally need to be multi-skilled and very disciplined.
They must focus for long periods of time, navigate often treacherous terrain, and be constantly on the lookout for danger.
One man, a Norwgian rider called Pal-Anders Ullevalseter embodies what it takes to win.
He's a bit of an all-round over achiever, having competed in 11 Dakar rallies, finishing in the overall top 10 a staggering nine times.
It's made him something of a sporting hero in his native Norway.
This year Ullevalseter took on a whole different kind of challenge, agreeing to compete in the Norwegian version of Strictly Come Dancing.
He proved not to be quite as good a dancer as he is a rally participant.
He was eliminated fifth, and wound up getting the lowest score overall for the Jive and the Samba.