SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019 mole - Who is Sweden's Petra Malm?

SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019 mole - Who is Sweden's Petra Malm?

SAS: Who Dares Wins 2019 has been welcomed back to Channel 4 with a somewhat surprising twist.

For the first time in its four-season history, men and women are competing side by side.

But that isn’t the only shake-up.

Chief instructor Ant Middleton has also inserted a ‘mole’ within the 25 recruits, with former Swedish Special Forces officer Petra Malm tasked with spying on the contestants throughout the season.

Here is everything we know about her!

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Who is the SAS: Who Dares Wins Mole?

The women referred to as the ‘mole’ on Who Dares Wins 2019 is Petra Malm (recruit number 9).

She is a former Swedish Special Forces operative and was the first women to join the ranks in her native country.

Petra served in the Special Operations Group for 10 years, where her identity had to remain a complete secret. She said that the secrecy of the role – because she was a woman – added intense physical and mental pressure.

Petra recently stepped down from active military service and now presents guest lectures about her involvement in the Swedish Armed Forces, explaining how she kept her life secret from the rest of the world for such a long period of time.

Petra on Instagram

You can follow Petra on Instagram under @pambypetra where you’re likely to find an overload of physical and mental motivation posts.

Literally, she’s a real-life Wonder Woman!

How to Apply For Who Dares Wins

If Petra has given you the motivation to push yourself to the limits then you can apply for SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020 here.

In the next series, the recruits will be put through challenges more testing than ever before.



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