Survivor: South Pacific
December 19, 2011 by staff
Survivor: South Pacific, Sophie Clarke outwitted, outplayed and outlasted the competition on “Survivor: South Pacific.” The brainy 22-year-old medical student from Willsboro, N.Y., overcame 39-year-old “Survivor” veteran Benjamin “Coach” Wade and 26-year-old high school baseball coach Albert Destrade to win the season’s million-dollar prize.
Clarke earned six votes from the nine-person jury of former players. Wade received three votes and Destrade got none.
“I had a feeling, but you never know,” Clarke said in a reunion special. “I think I had my finger on the pulse of the game the whole time.”
“God was on my side this season,” she told E! after the finale.
Clarke secured her place among the final three contestants on the 23rd edition of “Survivor” by forging a strong alliance from the onset and winning three individual immunity challenges, including the final physical competition, which ousted seasoned 30-year-old “Survivor” veteran Oscar “Ozzy” Lusth of Venice, Calif., from the 39-day survival contest.
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