Season 4 of SAS: Who Dares Wins is officially over.

The Channel 4 series saw 25 civilian recruits attempt to survive a brutal 10-day SAS-style military camp, developed by hardened military vets Ant Middleton and Jason Fox.

Only three lasted the duration of the series – Milo, Mark and Lou.

Think you can do better? Here’s how to apply for SAS: Who Dares Wins 2020.

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How to Apply For Who Dares Wins

If you think you have what it takes to make it through the SAS-style selection process then go ahead and fill out an application here.

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

SAS: Who Dares Wins Application Criteria

There are certain requirements that you are expected to meet before pressing ahead with your application.

The rules are as follows:

  • You must be between the ages of 18-44
  • You must be a British Citizen, Irish Republic Citizen, British Commonwealth Citizen or hold dual nationality with one of the afore-mentioned
  • If you are a British Commonwealth Citizen you must have legitimately resided int he UK for a period of 5 years immediately prior to applying to be on the show
  • Must be at least 158cm (5.1”) tall and weigh at last 50kg (8 stone)
  • You must not be serving in the armed forces
  • You must be in peak physical and mental health
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Waterfall; Vicki, Milo, Mark, Julie, Nadine, Sam

On top of this, there are several interview stages before the 25-hand-picked recruits are selected.

This includes various fitness tests, which you must pass.

  • Press-ups – a minimum of 44 in two minutes
  • Sit-ups – a minimum of 50 in two minutes
  • Static jump onto a platform 1.45m high.
  • Jerry can test – carry two 20kg weights over a distance of 120m in two minutes.
  • A Beep test with the level of 10.1 (1.5 mile run in 9 minutes 30 seconds).


SAS Who Dares Wins 2019 Location: Chile

The 25 recruits faced completely contrasting conditions it comes SAS Who Dares Wins 2019.

Season 4 pitted contestants against extreme freezing conditions in the Andes mountains of central Chile.

Previous seasons were filmed in a dessert.

SAS Who Dares Wins; Ant, Ollie

Why Has the Show Changed to Include Women?

For the first time in history, the British Ministry of Defence has changed their selection criteria for the SAS, allowing women to apply in 2019.

To reflect the military changes, SAS: Who Dares Wins welcomed both male and female recruits for this year’s show and will pit them against one other with no rules changes based on gender.

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