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RECAP | The brutal pace breaks three more recruits on SAS AUSTRALIA: HELL WEEK

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Tonight on SAS AUSTRALIA: HELL WEEK, the remaining nine recruits woke to a fourth day of the punishing, condensed version of the real SAS selection course.

Their first task was the daunting Fall and Brake, the ultimate test of trust in themselves, their partners and their equipment, from a 40 metre high platform.

Bodybuilder Bassim again attracted attention for all the wrong reasons, failing both attempts to brake his two oppos’ falls.

Dating coach Sarah’s lack of attention to detail with her kit then saw all recruits face a savage beasting in heavy mud. Sandy struggled due to a calf injury and was culled by Chief Instructor Ant Middleton who told her she could leave the course with her head held high. 

Sandy was devastated, saying:

“I still feel I had so much more to give, but I literally can’t stand on this leg.”

Ant expressed concern about the mindset of former Federal Police officer Gary, observing he was showing no emotion, no humour and appeared to just be surviving this process rather than embracing it.

Gary explained that his young stepson, who suffered from a very rare genetic disorder, had passed away 10 days ago.

Gary said:

“I made him a promise that I wouldn’t quit on trying to get better. I’d go as far as I could, for as long as I could so he could be proud of his dad.”

Bassim again proved a liability during an arduous four kilometre team casualty haul, while surfer Mitch got roasted by DS Billy for his “pathetic” effort on the task.

Afterwards, Gary, feeling utterly depleted, decided to VW from the course, while tradie Luke got emotional talking about his relationship with his father and how that’s driven him to be hard on himself as a dad.

The DS then asked recruits to nominate the person who should be culled from the course, with the group unanimously choosing Bassim, saying it was “nothing personal”.

Bassim responded:

“I am definitely gutted but I knew it was slightly inevitable because of the slip ups I’ve made. But those slip ups I’ve learnt from so I wouldn’t change it for the rest of the world. What an amazing experience, it’s been life changing.”

The six recruits still on course in the hope of passing SAS selection are:
Isabella, 25 – Rapper
James, 30 – Holistic health coach
James, 29 – Dancer
Luke, 31 – Tradie
Mitch, 22 – Surfer
Sarah, 25 – Dating coach

Tuesday 7.30pm, tension is at an all-time high as six recruits face the punishing final stages of Hell Week. Who will have what it takes to pass selection?

Meanwhile on 7plus you can find uncensored episodes, deleted scenes and exit calls.  


SAS AUSTRALIA: HELL WEEK – season finale airs Tuesday 7:30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.


Get involved:
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#SASAustralia

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Tonight on SAS AUSTRALIA: HELL WEEK, the remaining nine recruits woke to a fourth day of the punishing, condensed version of the real SAS selection course.

Their first task was the daunting Fall and Brake, the ultimate test of trust in themselves, their partners and their equipment, from a 40 metre high platform.

Bodybuilder Bassim again attracted attention for all the wrong reasons, failing both attempts to brake his two oppos’ falls.

Dating coach Sarah’s lack of attention to detail with her kit then saw all recruits face a savage beasting in heavy mud. Sandy struggled due to a calf injury and was culled by Chief Instructor Ant Middleton who told her she could leave the course with her head held high. 

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Sandy was devastated, saying:

“I still feel I had so much more to give, but I literally can’t stand on this leg.”

Ant expressed concern about the mindset of former Federal Police officer Gary, observing he was showing no emotion, no humour and appeared to just be surviving this process rather than embracing it.

Gary explained that his young stepson, who suffered from a very rare genetic disorder, had passed away 10 days ago.

Gary said:

“I made him a promise that I wouldn’t quit on trying to get better. I’d go as far as I could, for as long as I could so he could be proud of his dad.”

Bassim again proved a liability during an arduous four kilometre team casualty haul, while surfer Mitch got roasted by DS Billy for his “pathetic” effort on the task.

Afterwards, Gary, feeling utterly depleted, decided to VW from the course, while tradie Luke got emotional talking about his relationship with his father and how that’s driven him to be hard on himself as a dad.

The DS then asked recruits to nominate the person who should be culled from the course, with the group unanimously choosing Bassim, saying it was “nothing personal”.

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Bassim responded:

“I am definitely gutted but I knew it was slightly inevitable because of the slip ups I’ve made. But those slip ups I’ve learnt from so I wouldn’t change it for the rest of the world. What an amazing experience, it’s been life changing.”

The six recruits still on course in the hope of passing SAS selection are:
Isabella, 25 – Rapper
James, 30 – Holistic health coach
James, 29 – Dancer
Luke, 31 – Tradie
Mitch, 22 – Surfer
Sarah, 25 – Dating coach

Tuesday 7.30pm, tension is at an all-time high as six recruits face the punishing final stages of Hell Week. Who will have what it takes to pass selection?

Meanwhile on 7plus you can find uncensored episodes, deleted scenes and exit calls.  


SAS AUSTRALIA: HELL WEEK – season finale airs Tuesday 7:30pm on Channel 7 and 7plus.


Get involved:
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
TikTok
#SASAustralia

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