The Brains Tribes’ Hayley Has Won Survivor 2021, So Now I Feel Better About Failing Year 9 P.E
After 48 days in the sweltering Australian outback, the winner of Australian Survivor is Hayley Leake from the Brains tribe.
The pain researcher from Sydney, played the perfect all-rounder game of physical strength, social play and strategic thinking. But her opponent George the cockroach from Bankstown was just as formidable, particularly in his strategic game.
However, that wasn’t enough and Hayley ended up taking out the title of sole Australian Survivor: Brains Vs Brawn.
I would argue this year’s final two was one of the best in Australian Survivor history. Both made Survivor so entertaining to watch and were true game players, not relying on others to coast through.
In an absolutely nail-biting final ep, George, Hayley and Flick had to battle it out in what looked like a torture chamber from the Middle Ages with spikes above and below the players. Every so often, the top spikes would slowly lower, slightly crushing them beneath it. Yes, really.
— Professoressa Mez (@ProfessoressaM) September 12, 2021
— Shannon Grixti (@shancake_) September 12, 2021
Nothing about that looks comfortable. Still better than pandemic lockdown. #SurvivorAU
— The Guidefather ???????????????? (@SteveMolk) September 12, 2021
Hayley like the true champ she is, smashed it and lasted in the makeshift torture chamber for over five hours. That then gave her the advantage to pick who she wanted to go up against in front of the jury. She, of course, picked George.
Hayley’s mental fortitude when it comes to physically torturous challenges is probably unbeatable I reckon. You can just see knows how to go into an almost… trance? To cope with pain? #SurvivorAU
— Jess McGuire (@jessmcguire) September 12, 2021
I know every castaway gets something out of the experience, but that pales in comparison to superfans who have lived, breathed, obsessed, dreamed and hoped one day they would be there for 20 years!
The fact that there are two of them in this finale makes me smile. #SurvivorAu
— Nick Iadanza (@nickiadanza) September 12, 2021
A George vs Hayley Final 2 is a fascinating showdown after the whole season has been driven by their duelling strategic play. A fitting conclusion. #SurvivorAU
— Austin Smith (@AustinFSmith8) September 12, 2021
But judging by the way the jury reacted to both Survivor players, it seemed like George had burned a few too many bridges, despite giving an incredible opening pitch.
I guess for timing reasons they cut out half of GEORGE’s opening pitch, which is a shame because it really was excellent ???? #SurvivorAU
— Jonathan LaPaglia (@JLa_Paglia) September 12, 2021
George just gave the best pitch in survivor history! #SurvivorAU
— Sarah (@SarahGM30) September 12, 2021
Honestly loved this season so much, and it was a welcome distraction from the lockdown hell Melbourne and Sydney have been in. Bring on Survivor 2o22!!!!
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