Med student declared winner of ‘Survivor: South Pacific’


Sophie Clark, a 22-year-old medical student from Willsboro, N.Y., beat out the competition to become the winner of “Survivor: South Pacific.” Clark beat 39-year-old Benjamin “Coach” Wade and 26-year-old Albert Destrade to win the $1 million prize and the title of “Sole Survivor” in the 23rd edition of the reality competition. Clark earned six votes from the nine-person jury, with Coach receiving three.

“I think I had my finger on the pulse of the game the whole time,” Clark said after the winner was announced. Clark forged a strong alliance at the beginning of the game and went on to win three individual immunity challenges. Coach was a “Survivor” veteran; he previously competed in the “Tocantins” and “Heroes vs. Villains” editions of the show.


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