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SAS: Who Dares Wins winner Grant 'felt super human'

Three people made it through on SAS: Who Dares Wins credit:Bang Showbiz
Three people made it through on SAS: Who Dares Wins credit:Bang Showbiz

Grant “felt super human” after winning ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’.

He joined fellow recruits Joshua and Hilary in making the cut after Faye missed out in the final episode of the Channel 4 military endurance challenge show’s eighth season on Tuesday night (21.02.23).

He said: “As a civilian taking on Special Forces tasks and challenges, I felt super human! I felt like a new man... I feel proud.”

Joshua added: "It’s an amazing, indescribable feeling. I had a once in a lifetime opportunity and I’m very proud of my achievement! I was buzzing, to say the least, and just glad I dug deep to see it through to the end."

Hilary also said: "It feels so so amazing, so liberating and so satisfying to have made it through. I would never have thought I would get this far at all.

"I definitely left there a changed person, not just for a while but forever. I feel so empowered and honoured to say that I have completed something like that."

Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham - who presented the six-part series with help from fellow veterans Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox, Rudy Reyes and Chris Oliver - congratulated the trio for making it through the “tough f****** course”.

He said: “Take a breath, relax, it’s been a tough f****** course, so it's a massive achievement for all of you right now standing in front of us.

"The question we always ask is - could we have that person stood next to us? Number seven (Faye), the answer was no, but for the remainder of you – congratulations, good effort you've all passed the selection process.

"Well done! F****** good effort! Congratulations to all of you - it’s a massive achievement.”

The next edition of the show is 'Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins' - which is hosted by Rudy - and features former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' star and ex health minster Matt Hancock.