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SAS AUSTRALIA 2021 star recruits announced, including MANU FEILDEL, PETE MURRAY, DAN EWING, SAM BURGESS, and more

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SAS Australia (image - Seven)
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These 18 star recruits are set to face SAS Australia’s most difficult course yet. Who will have the strength to tough it out to the end?

SAS Australia 2021 cast (image – Seven)

Channel 7 has today announced the 18 celebrities that will undertake the gruelling challenges in SAS Australia. Included in the mix are athletes from varying sports, television personalities, and musicians. The contestants are:



Manu will step out of the kitchen into SAS Australia (image – Murdoch Books)

Pete Murray – Musician

Jessica Peris – Sprinter

Dan Ewing – Actor

Isabelle Cornish – Actress

Heath Shaw – AFL player

Bonnie Anderson – Actress and musician

Brynne Edelsten – Television personality and socialite

Koby Abberton – Former professional surfer

Manu Feildel – Celebrity chef

Emma Husar – Former politician

Jett Kenny – Ironman and model

Sam Burgess – Former NRL player

Erin Holland – Television personality

Koby Abberton – Former professional surfer

Alicia Molik – Former tennis champion

Controversial former NRL star, Sam Burgess, is among the celebrities on the upcoming season of SAS Australia

Mark Philippoussis – Former tennis champion

Jana Pittman – Hurdles champion

Kerri Pottharst – Beach volleyball Olympian

John Steffensen – Former track and field athlete

Early rumours that Pete Evans and Sonny Bill Williams would be joining the cast appear to have been false.

Ant Middleton will return as Chief Instructor, with his team of trainers, as the celebrities are put through SAS-style training that will test them both mentally and physically. Last year saw Schapelle Corby, Firass Dirani, Nick Cummins, Merrick Watts, and more, take on the task, so will this year’s celebrities have what it takes to tough it out until the end?

Before filming began for this season, it was already picked up for Season 3, featuring “everyday Australians”, instead of celebrities.

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