SAS Australia finale: Tim Robards and Matthew Mitcham PASS final selection ... trends now
The remaining recruits were tasked with combining all the skills they've learnt into a three-phase final mission to pass the course and make selection.
Phase 1 – A psychological test to control their emotions while recording a death message to their loved ones.
Phase 2 – A brutal physical test of grit, determination and stamina with a desert run and perilous ascent to the summit of a mountain range.
And finally Phase 3 – A task of pure bravery to infiltrate enemy territory under heavy fire and locate hostages while risking their own lives to transport them to safety.
Tim Robards (left) and Matthew Mitcham (right) both passed selection during Wednesday night's finale of SAS Australia. Pictured with DS Ant Middleton
The remaining recruits were tasked with combining all the skills they've learnt into a three-phase final mission to pass the course and make selection
After deliberating over their final decision, the show's DS (directing staff), called the recruits together to deliver their verdict.
'All three of you have shown your worth. You all deserve to be here. But today was all about the past ten days. everything that we've said and done throughout the course,' he said..
'Selection process has 97% failure rate. It's the hardest military test in the world. But only the selected few make it through...
'Now, we as the DS... Had