In August we revealed that two elite Australian swimmers have been set to hitch the newest version of the nation’s actuality TV present entitled SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Embattled Australian sprinter Shayna Jack, who’s at the moment serving a 4-year suspension for having examined constructive for Ligandrol final yr and Olympic silver medalist for Australia within the males’s 100m freestyle on the 2012 Olympic Video games, retired James Magnussen, have been named among the many contestants for the present’s third season.
SAS: Who Dares Wins takes place in opposition to a army coaching backdrop, with individuals tackling a two-week lengthy coaching course designed to duplicate the nation’s Particular Air Service choice.
Nonetheless, issues have already began out rocky for Jack, because the 21-year-old has reportedly been injured throughout a sport of murderball on the present. Competing in opposition to ex-Wallabies star (Aussie rugby) Nick Cummins, Jack was tackled however fought on earlier than the problem was referred to as off by the instructors, in keeping with 7 News.
Jack reportedly felt worse because the day went on upon returning to the SAS camp, with a subsequent medical examination revealing she had suffered unhealthy bruising and dehydration, however no damaged bones.
Of her look on the present, Jack mentioned, “I believe relating to doing one thing, it’s 70 p.c psychological and 30 p.c bodily.
“This course could also be exhausting bodily, however relating to being exhausting mentally, I’m a fighter than prospers in a troublesome surroundings.”
We reported in June how the date for her Court docket of Arbitration for Sport listening to to attraction Jack’s 4-year doping suspension has been scheduled however is being saved secret. At this time limit, she can be unable to compete on the postponed Olympic Video games set for Tokyo 2021.