Re: Boston Rob's determination
- From: "Brian Smith" <dcg_brian@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 5 May 2011 15:01:37 -0600
<doob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
'Steve the Preacher' said:
"I honestly can't remember ever seeing someone kill themselves like that
to win a challenge. To the point of collapse, he pushed and pushed to
make sure he won. That was simply unbelievable."
Absolutely true. I agree totally.
Andrea was amazing. Grant...a physical person, and ROB...older than
Andrea and not in as good shape as Grant...were great.
The toughest challenge that I can remember.
Endurance...where certain muscles and will can help...but this thing
encompassed all things and all muscles, with a puzzle of the steps
I don't know if anyone noticed this editing thing...but when Jeff said
that Rob was putting in the last step...they showed him pounding on
it...and I held my breath (not really...but it was exciting) thinking
that they were gonna say...it doesn't fit.
O course...since it was the LAST step...it HAD to fit.
Great challenge. I wonder what will be written about it.
It was a great challenge. The part that had me holding my breath was when
Rob stood up for the second time after cramping up and it looked like he
might fall down the stairs. That would have automatically put that challenge
at the top of the list in terms of the most memorable and probably the
Did you notice how quickly Natalie got the canteen up to Rob? I was
surprised she didn't stay up there to comfort him because she would be
screwed without him.
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