Survivor: One World (2012) - 17th place, 2nd out.
|Challenge stats||Tribal council stats||Jury stats|
|S24: One World||0.00||0.36||0.00||0||6||1||-0.75||0.00||-||-||-||-0.75||0.00|
Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-3):
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 (0/1):
VAP - Votes against (6):
Jury votes made (0/0):
One World intro shot
One World intro shot
Taking stuff off the truck, Ep1
Ready to jump, Ep1 RC/IC
Waiting around, Ep1 RC/IC
Waiting for Kat to jump, Ep2 IC
Salani, Ep2 IC
Kat trying to pass Monica
Sharing her frustration with Probst, post-Ep2 IC
Salani tribe, Ep2 Tribal Council
From MSN.com's pre-game interview with Jeff Probst:
"Nina says: I have watched the show since the first episode. I was feeding my baby thinking, 'This is me.' I think it's important to get along with everybody but not trust anybody.
Jeff says: Nina is a former cop who is a little rough around the edges, given how slick the rest of this group is. If they just give her a day or two to see what she can bring to the party, she brings a lot of wisdom and patience."
From her official CBS bio page (1/29/12):
"Personal Claim to Fame: Receiving a full ride basketball scholarship to Santa Clara University, finding the perfect husband and, of course, my kids.
Inspiration in Life: My mom – she was a feminist before it was acceptable. She taught me to be confident and encouraged me to pick sports over cheerleading.
Hobbies: Working out, cooking, gardening and target shooting.
Pet Peeves: I hate whining, being called a "girl" and rude drivers.
3 Words to Describe You: Tenacious, competitive and confident.
Survivor Contestant You Are Most Like: Stephenie LaGrossa, because she was tough and stood up for herself, and Sue Hawk, because she spoke her mind.
Reason for Being on Survivor: I want to prove that a 50+ year-old woman can compete. I love challenges, both physical and mental. The money would also be a great help to my kids with college.
Why You Think You'll "Survive" Survivor: I thrive on being a team player; I have a never-quit attitude and I can deal with pain and discomfort.
Why You Think You Will Be the Sole Survivor: In 1991 and 1993 I competed for the S.W.A.T. Team. Both times the two week tryouts took place in Camp Pendleton and I was the only woman competing against 19 men. There were 40 S.W.A.T. officers judging the process. Neither the competitors nor the S.W.A.T. members wanted me there. I had to mentally, emotionally and physically challenge myself everyday."