SAS Who Dares Wins finalists: Who will win?

FOUR weeks have passed and the final of Channel 4's SAS Who Dares Wins will soon be hitting the screens.

The show, which could face a surprise axing following Ant Middleton's sacking, has put 21 women and men to the test but only seven contestants now remain.

When is the final of SAS Who Dares Wins?

The sixth instalment of SAS Who Dares Wins will end this Sunday, 13 June, 2021, in a sixth and last episode. 

The remaining contestants will go through the most gruelling stage of their training. 

They will be exposed to endless white noise while being questioned by a no-nonsense specialist team. 

This stage is designed to test their ability to resist intense questioning. 

But who has reached this stage of the competition?

Who are the Who Dares wins finalists?

As mentioned above, only seven contenders remain in the survival show.

The finalists include :

Justine Pellow-Harvey

Originating from Bruscia in Italy, now living in Cornwall, Justine is self-employed at only 19 years old.

But don't be fooled by her young age: what she lacks in life experience, she makes up for it in her dedication and strength of character.

An extreme-sports enthusiast, she has climbed the Everest Base Camp and the Three Passes Trek at the young age of 16.

"I can’t see myself doing anything other than having a military career", she said when talking about her experience in the show.

“It’s discipline, it’s training, it’s leadership.”

DJ O'Neal

Aka number 9. Owner of a salon in Bedford, the 36-year-old is also a loving father of two children.

"I have two children who, at 14 and 11, are at the age where they require a role model", he said when talking about his experience.

"I wanted to show them that you can step back and do something that you won’t necessarily succeed in."

Although a strong contender for the SAS Who Dares Wins final, DJ has admitted to struggling when having to listen to authority.

Connor Smyth

Hailing from Newtownard in Northern Ireland, Connor is a professional Irish dancer and a member of Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance.

His participation may have come as a surprise to some but, in pushing himself, the 30-year-old has been wanting to pass on a strong message.

“I wanted to show any young male dancers, or anyone who does a sport or discipline that isn’t perceived as ‘manly’, that you can be strong, tough and overcome obstacles that are put in front of you."

Keiran Lang

Some may be tempted to underestimate him but there is more to the 25-year-old's speech impediment.

Originating from South London and now living in Cornwall, the dental engineer and electrician became Young Mayor of Lewisham at the young age of 16.

When he first joined the show, Kieran himself believed to be an underdog. his tenacity proved him otherwise.

He said: “I’ve always had that sense of determination though, it’s because I’ve got a speech impediment.”

Sean Anthony Sherwood

Perseverance may be his motto. When he was younger, Sean had to face extreme racial discrimination.

Pushed into the wrong crowd in his early twenties, he soon turned to his passion for teaching.

At 31 years old, Sean is now a sports teacher and a head of year in Manchester.

He now hopes to help those in need with his life experience.

Adam King

Adam has followed a similar path to Sean's. He began selling drugs as a teenager and, at 24, was sentenced to five years in prison for intent to supply.

When his time behind bars ended, after two and a half years, Adam decided to clean up his act and is now adamant on making his daughter proud.

A loving father hailing from Cardiff, he also works as a PMP Recruitment Warehouse supervisor and a part-time commercial actor and model.

Tyler Clark

A 28-year-old fitness coach, Tyler has been on a quest to find herself during her time on SAS Who Dares Wins.

She herself has also gone through her share of painful ordeals, which include being convicted for conspiracy to sell drugs.

She now takes part in competitive bodybuilding.

What does the winner of SAS Who Dares Wins get?

Much like The Masked Singer and its spin-off have planned for their own winners, the victor of SAS Who Dares Wins gets nothing.

The winner simply gets bragging rights for his victory.

The final of SAS Who Dares Wins will air this Sunday, 13 June, 2021 on Channel 4 at 9pm.

Viewers can also catch up on All4.

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