The big wave surfer‘s previous experience on the show saw her finish in third place, a remarkable achievement given the personal tragedy she endured during filming — the loss of her mother. However, with the support of her family, she persevered and made it to the final challenge.
Reflecting on her last appearance Flick said: “I had the weight of the world on my shoulders, and I still came third. This time I’m back, stronger than ever, and I’m ready to win.”
Ranked second in the world on the big wave world tour, Flick’s fearlessness and bravery in the face of massive waves is something she hopes to utilise in her gameplay. Her level of comfort playing on an island far exceeds her experience in the outback on Brains V Brawn.
This time around, Flick has made strides in the Hero tribe and is determined to change the game’s usual narrative. She hates the manipulative tactics often employed by Villains in the game stating: “The lying, the cheating — I can’t stand it. It’s most definitely time for a Hero to win this game.”
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