SAS: Who Dares Wins is the most gruelling reality TV series the UK has to offer.

There may have been 25 recruits on launch night but chief instructor Ant Middleton broke that down to a final eight during a 10-day SAS-style training campaign.

For the overall winner, who crawled to finish line and shielded his mind from a barrage of mental abuse, what was the prize? Is there money involved or is it all about pride?

Beasting; Nadine

SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019 – Winner

There were three winners of the 2019 series – Milo Mackin, Lou and Mark Peart.

Previous series have seen multiple winners, with those who can make it through the final challenge deemed more than worthy of victory by chief instructor Ant.

In season 4, the final challenge was a brutal interrogation, with long mind games, complicated twists and merciless personal questions.

SAS: Who Dares Wins – Prize

The winner of SAS: Who Dares Wins does not receive any prize.

That’s right, there is no prize money, trophy or even a hug from grizzly Ant Middleton!

However, this is a move that seems in-line with the series.

With each recruit competing only for their own self-respect, self-drive and motivation, only the most determined and dedicated recruit will emerge victorious.

Anyone would compete for the shot at a £100,000 prize but these men and women have volunteered for free.

SAS: Who Dares Wins EP 1
Waterfall; Vicki, Milo, Mark, Julie, Nadine, Sam

SAS: Who Dares Wins – Past Winners

There is no one single path to win SAS: Who Dares Wins. You must simply survive.

Previous series have seen anything from zero to two winners.

Whoever can keep their sh*t together through 10-days of hell, impressing Ant, Foxy, Billy and Ollie along the way, will be crowned the winner.

Last year’s joint winner was Matt Sallis, a professional bodybuilder and personal trainer who signed up to the 2018 series with his twin.


Meet the eight SAS: Who Dares Wins finalists

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