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Schapelle Corby on SAS AUSTRALIA “I want to change my life”

Famous and infamous Australians have volunteered for the Special Forces selection course, a brutal and unforgiving process that will physically and mentally break down the recruits in a test of their true character.

Putting them through the gruelling course is an elite team of ex-Special Forces soldiers, who will make no allowances for the star recruits’ celebrity status, age or gender.

SAS Australia is not a game. There is no winner; there is no prize. Most recruits will reach breaking point and withdraw. Who has what it takes to tough it out to the end?

“I don’t do heights, I don’t do cold. I fear open spaces. I fear interrogation.

I’ve been locked away for a very long time…

I’m 43 now. I want to change my life.”

Schapelle Corby

Completely unscripted. 100% real.

SAS Australia premieres Monday October 19 on Channel 7

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