Survivor: Cook Islands (2006) - 14th place, seventh out.
|Challenge stats||Tribal council stats||Jury stats|
|S13: Cook Islands||0.34||1.20||0.28||3||5||4||0.71||2.33||-||-||-||0.98||2.67|
Tribal/team challenge record (2.5*-for-8; 1 sit-out):
*Note: During the four-tribe phase of Cook Islands, second place counts as half a win.
Individual challenge record (0-for-0):
Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):
Idols held/played: (0/0)
VFB - Votes for the person booted (3/4):
VAP - Votes against (5):
Jury votes made (0/0):
Cook Islands intro shot
Cook Islands intro shot
Bonus intro shot, Aitu beach arrival
Pre-challenge lineup, Ep1 RC/IC
More listening to Probst
With torch lit, Ep1 RC/IC
Watching the puzzle stage<
More watching puzzles
Aitu pre-challenge lineup, Ep2 IC
Listening to Probst
Enjoying Probst's Captain Cook story
Aitu tribe, finally on the course, Ep2 IC
Following that sketchy Oscar guy
Oh dear, we lost
Stewing over the throwing of the Ep2 IC
Amusement at Billy's love story, Ep2 Tribal
Aitu tribe visits Tribal Council, Ep2
Looking over at Billy's snuffing, while Billy still sits next to her
About to get switched, Ep3
Now with new Raro, Ep3
Enjoying the many exciting personalities of new Raro
Sharing is caring, people
The new Raro tribe, ready to battle, Ep3 IC
Bring it, Probst, Ep3 IC
Yes! 'We' win!
Ready to get strung along, Ep4 RC
Crossing the obstacles, Ep4 RC
Working on the puzzle stage, Ep4 RC
NuAitu attends Tribal for the first time, Ep4
Another scintillating JP monologue, Ep4 Tribal
NuRaro, listening to Probst, Ep5 RC
The Ep5 RC set-up
Not yet getting torn apart (with Brad), Ep5 RC
Raro wins reward!
Listening to Cao Boi's lengthy story. Politely, even.
Holding up Jenny, Ep5 IC
Less than pleased at losing, post-Ep5 IC
Enjoying the spotlight as Raro's Ep5 decoy boot
Early Ep6 confessional, recalling the previous Tribal Council
Listening to Probst, Ep6 RC
Trying to dig out from under Flica, Ep6 RC
Post-RC confessional, Ep6
Trying to talk Parvati into saving her
Still hopeful, Ep6
Getting some support from Brad, Ep6 Tribal
New Raro, Ep6 Tribal
Snuffed, Day 15 (Episode 6)
From her official CBS bio page:
"Cristina Coria was born and raised in Santa Monica, California, and grew up in a family of police officers who worked for the Santa Monica Police Department. At the age of 12, Coria lost her father when he was shot and killed in an unsolved murder. After her father died, her mother raised her and her four siblings all by herself.
Coria started her career in law enforcement at the age of 14. She was a Santa Monica police explorer, police cadet, parking enforcement officer, community service officer, Santa Monica College police officer and then Santa Monica police officer. She has also worked as a waitress, sales clerk and as an instructor at the El Camino College Reserve Police Academy. She also volunteered for the Santa Monica Police Activities League and taught dance to kids
Coria has been a police officer for almost 14 years. During this time, she has gone through two life-threatening experiences. First, she was nearly crushed to death when she was pinned up against her police car by another vehicle driven by an intoxicated driver. Second, she sustained an almost career-ending injury to her left arm after being shot by a murder suspect during a hostage standoff which occurred on the Santa Monica Pier on July 4, 2000. She sustained severe bone and nerve damage and was initially advised by doctors that she might lose her arm. After extensive reconstructive surgery she was told by doctors that she would never be able to have full use of her arm again nor return back to work. Through dedication, determination, faith and perseverance, she beat the odds and regained use of her arm. In 2001, she returned back to work full duty patrolling the streets of Santa Monica. After such hardships, she manages to keep upbeat and continues to have a positive outlook on life.
In addition to patrol duty, Coria has worked as a technical consultant on the movie "Angel Eyes" with Jennifer Lopez. She was also on E! Entertainment for Red Carpet Confidential and received a makeover on the show. She appeared on the Discovery Health Channel, a Police Rape Awareness video, MTV's Y2K Ball and numerous news programs as a result of being shot on July 4, 2000.
Coria enjoys playing volleyball, dancing, exercising and running. She also loves to swim and recently started to surf. She currently resides in the Los Angeles area. Her birth date is April 18, 1971."