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The race to the South Pole - in which Prince Harry is taking part - has been suspended.
But tonight the adventure - across 200 miles of some of the most inhospitable terrain on earth - goes on.
The organisers - the Walking with the Wounded charity - say they took the decision to stop the competition for "safety" reasons.
But as ITV News Correspondent Harry Smith reports, although the race is over, the three teams still hope to get there in the end:
Prince Harry's race to the South Pole with Walking With The Wounded has been suspended for safety reasons, expedition director Ed Parker said.
The decision to suspend the race element was made after a "very tricky" few days of unexpectedly difficult conditions that has exhausted the competitors.
Team members on the Walking with the Wounded South Pole trek will now work together to reach the South Pole - the race element has been taken out of the challenge. Guy Disney, from Team Glenfiddich said:
The first four days was a full out slog. It really tested every single individual mentally and physically. We are about 112 km from the South Pole and we all can’t wait to get there as one big group.
The race has been suspended due to safety concerns arising from the adverse weather conditions.
Prince Harry's charity trek to the South Pole has been suspended due to safety concerns arising from the adverse weather conditions.
"We have put the race on hold. This does not mean that the expedition is over. Far from it. We came down here, determined to get 12 men and women, all injured in conflict, to the South Pole, and so we will," the expedition director Ed Parker said.
The team members will move as one whole allied team to reach the South Pole together. Each evening, the expedition will be camping together. They should reach the South Pole by next weekend.
"I took the decision to suspend the race. The reason for this is entirely simple – safety, which remains the core principal of our expeditions," Ed Parker, the expedition director said.
Audiences including the Duke of Cambridge will be treated to spectacular stunt displays this weekend at the annual British Military Tournament at London's Earl's Court.
Final rehearsals have been performed for the event, which raises money for three military charities, and this year celebrates heroes from British military history.
Prince Charles said he has "nothing but the happiest and fondest memories" of Nelson Mandela and that the world "will be a poorer place without him".
The Prince of Wales smiled as he recalled meeting Mandela in South Africa with the Spice Girls, which he said was "very enjoyable".
"We owe him an enormous debt of gratitude for what he's managed to achieve in his life", he added.
The Queen has spoken about the moment she heard Nelson Mandela had died.
Speaking during a visit to Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament, the Queen said: "It was extraordinary as William and Catherine were at the film last night - the film about his life".
"I heard it at 10 o'clock ... [people at the film premiere] were clapping like mad and somebody came on and said 'we've just heard he's died'", she continued.
"It's amazing isn't it? During the first night of the film".
The Duke of Cambridge has said his "thoughts and prayers" are with the family of Nelson Mandela following the news that the former South African president has died at the age of 95.
Prince William was speaking at the London premiere of film about the life of Nelson Mandela.