Who is number 20 Tracey? Does she still have a teardrop tattoo? - SAS: Who Dares Wins!

Each of the original 25 recruits on SAS: Who Dare Wins 2019 have extraordinary backgrounds.

However, none stood out as much as recruit number 20, Tracey.

With a teardrop tattoo etched onto her face, Tracey was an easy target for the hardened military veterans who commanded the course.

While Tracey survived a blunt interrogation as to why she had the tattoo, she was kicked off the course during episode 3 (Sunday, January 20th).

Here is everything we know about recruit 20, why she has a teardrop tattoo, and whether she has since had it removed.


SAS: Who Dares Wins – Number 20

Recruit number 20 is Tracey Slick.

She is a 34-year-old security guard form the North West of England.

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Tracey is also a registered professional boxer, which gave her a nice advantage in the boxing round.

She knocked fellow female recruit Laura to the ground with some pinpoint body shots and has gone on to say that the full fight wasn’t aired, where she caused more damage.

Why Did She Leave SAS: Who Dares Wins?

SAS: Who Dares Wins episode 3 saw a huge cull of recruits as we now enter the final three episodes.

Five recruits were booted off that night, with the Mole, Petra, identifying contestants who she “couldn’t work with” –  Tracey being one of them.

Eventually, Chief Instructor Ant Middleton made the choice to give Tracey the chop, adding that she was way out of her depth at this stage in the competition.

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Screen Shot: SAS Who Dares Wins 2019

Screen Shot: SAS Who Dares Wins 2019

Does Tracey Still Have Her Teardrop Tattoo?

During an interrogation, recruit 20 Tracey revealed that her teardrop tattoo was in memory of how she witnessed domestic abuse as a seven-year-old child.

While the instructors told Tracey that the mark was nothing more than a reminder of her painful past, Tracey has since spoken out in defence of her tattoo.

She told Metro.co.uk:

It represents me – I wear my heart on my sleeve. I’d say my tattoo is strength and not my past. People can perceive it as being scarred for life with pain but I don’t actually see it like that – I see strength.

Looking at her Instagram, where you can follow Tracey under @officialslicksta, she still has the teardrop tattoo and wears it with pride.




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