|Challenge stats||Tribal council stats||Jury stats|
|S13: Cook Islands||0.21||0.81||0.26||1||7||2||0.25||1.27||-||-||-||0.51||1.48|
Tribal/team challenge record (1.5*-for-5; 1 sit-out):
*Notes: Second-place finishes in four-tribe phase of Cook Islands count as a half-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 (1/2):
VAP - Votes against (7):
Jury votes made (0/0):
Cook Islands intro shot
Cook Islands intro shot
Bonus Cook Islands intro shot
Paddling, Ep1 RC/IC
Watching the puzzle stage
Pre-challenge lineup, Ep2 RC/IC
Reacting to the reward he won't be getting, Ep2 RC/IC
Observing the rope bridge fun from his sit-out spot
Imagine that, we lost
Aitu, Ep2 tribal council
Post-Billy boot gloating, Ep3
About to get switched, Ep3
Brad just blue himself
Meeting and greeting with the new Raro tribe
New Raro, ready to dominate New Aitu, Ep3 IC
Leading NuRaro's charge, Ep3 IC
Cao Boi down, victory secured
Confident that there's no way this could be his boot episode (Ep4)
NuRaro, ready for a reward they won't get, Ep4 RC
Stringing along Jenny and Cristina
Trying to eavesdrop on Aitu's progress
Well. That didn't work. Ep4 RC
Throning up at Raro camp, with Parvati
Ready to go, Ep4 IC
Getting passed in the water (with ease) by Ozzy
NuRaro attends Tribal council, Ep4
Not worried, Ep4 Tribal council
Snuffed, Day 11 (Episode 4)
From his official CBS bio page (8/23/06):
"Born in Santa Monica, California, John 'J.P.' Calderon
grew up in Marina del Rey, California. He received a full volleyball
scholarship to California State University, Long Beach, where
he played on a nationally ranked Division I Men's team. He
graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor's Degree in speech communications.
spent five years as an assistant coach for the nationally
ranked Long Beach State University Women's Volleyball team.
He also coached many youth teams to medal at the Junior
Olympics. In 2004, Calderon began a pro-beach volleyball
career. In addition, Calderon is currently co-director and
head trainer for the all-girls Mizuno Long Beach Volleyball
Club. Calderon enjoys being a mentor to kids and hopes to
one day open a sports facility for children. He is also dedicated
to helping young girls receive college volleyball scholarships.
Calderon is an accomplished swimmer and has been outrigger canoeing since he was very young. He is a self-proclaimed fitness fanatic who loves to spend time in the gym, and enjoys lifting weights, running and hiking. Calderon also does occasional print and fitness modeling.
Calderon's mother passed away from breast cancer when he was nine years old and his father passed away last year from a brain tumor. Calderon hopes to work with charities and organizations designed to benefit cancer research.
Calderon currently resides in Long Beach, California, with his Jack Russell terrier, Frankie. His birth date is September 5, 1975."