# Can you solve The 1% Club's final question that baffled contestants on ITV?

The latest episode of The 1% Club saw only one contestant reach the final question, but they were unable to answer it. The popular ITV quiz show returned on Saturday night with a repeat episode.

Hosted by Lee Mack, the show begins with 100 contestants who try to answer progressively challenging questions. These questions are initially posed to the British public, and researchers then calculate statistically how many people in the country can answer them correctly.

To win the jackpot, contestants must answer a question that only 1% of people can answer correctly. At the start of the ITV programme, each player is given a £1,000 stake. If they answer a question incorrectly, they are eliminated from the game and their £1,000 is added to the jackpot.

The contestant who progresses the furthest wins £10,000 and the opportunity to gamble it for the big money jackpot, reports Birmingham Live. In the repeated episode, just one contestant made it to the final question, playing for a whopping £91,000.

They chose to take the money without answering the question, but we want to know if you could answer the question correctly? The question is: In sport, if being FT gets you GD and being SD gets you SR, what does being TD get you?

Those participating in the show only have 30 seconds to lock in their answer so don't take too long thinking about the answer. But if you need more time to think about it, don't scroll down as we'll be revealing the answer below.

The correct answer is BE. Host Lee Mack clarified this, stating: "If FT is FirsT and GD is GolD and SD is SeconD and DR is SilveR, then TD is ThirD which must mean BE stands for BronzE.

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