Rachel Ako - Millennials vs. Gen X
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Seasons: 1 | Days: 4 | Wins: 0 | Jury: 0

Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X (2016) - First out, 20th place.

  • Voted out in Episode 1, "May the Best Generation Win" (Day 4).
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Rachel Ako - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S33: Millennials vs. GenX 0.00 0.10 0.00 0 5 1 -0.50 0.00 - - - -0.50 0.00
Career 0.00 0.10 0.00 0 5 1 -0.50 0.00 - - - -0.50 0.00
Rachel Ako - Challenge record
  • S33 logo Millennials vs. Gen X challenges
    Chopping a mask, Ep1 RC/IC
    Puzzle stage, Ep1 RC/IC

    Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-1):

    • Millennials vs. GenX Ep. 1 RC/IC: "Got to Choose" - Chops a mask and initially attempts the puzzle for Gen X, but later swapped out for on the puzzle, as the Gen X tribe loses.

     

    Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

    • Millennials vs. GenX: None.

     

    Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

    • Millennials vs. GenX: None.
Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 1
    Win%: 0.00
    Sat out: --
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Rachel Ako - Tribal Council record
  • S33 logo Millennials vs. Gen X Tribal
    Ep1 Tribal Council
    Ep1 Tribal Council

    Idols held/played: (0/0)

    • Millennials vs. GenX: None.

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (0/1):

    • Millennials vs. GenX: None.

     

    VAP - Votes against (5):

    • Millennials vs. GenX, Ep. 1: Five votes, from Bret, Chris, David, Ken, and Paul (voted out, 5-3-1-1).

     

    Jury votes made (0/0):

    • Millennials vs. Gen X: None.
Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: -
  • Voting record
    VFB: 0
    Tribals: 1
    VAP: 5
  • Jury votes
    Made: 0
    For winners: --
    Received: --
Rachel Ako - Pictures
Survivor: Millennials vs. GenX image gallery
Rachel Ako - Interviews
  • S33 logo Millennials vs. Gen X interviews

    Pre-game interviews

    • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (9/2/16): "Rachel Ako Before the Game"
    • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (9/20/16): "Rachel: 'I'm Willing to Take the Integrity Route, Even If It's the Much Harder Route'"

     

    Post-game interviews

    • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (9/22/16): "Rachel: 'I Could Have Really Screwed Jess Over Because She Was Desperate"
    • Josh Wigler at Parade.com (9/22/16): "Rachel Ako on Bad Weather, Bad Luck, and Survivor Purgatory"
    • Rob Cesternino at RHAP (9/22/16): "Exit Interview | First Player Voted Out -9/22/16"
Rachel Ako - Bio
  • S33 logo Millennials vs. Gen X bio

    Excerpts from her official CBS Survivor: Millennials vs. GenX cast bio page: (8/17/16)

     

    "Personal claim to fame: Sharing my raw story of the tragedies I've been through in a book in order to help others; although, I was scared to because I was so vulnerable.

     

    Inspiration in life: My father because he has great values, is loyal, authentic, and has integrity. He is my hero! Growing up as a child, it was Harriet Tubman because she was courageous, bold, and risked her life to save others.

     

    If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? SPF, tampons, and lip balm, so I'm camera ready.

     

    Survivor contestant you're most like: Myself, I’m bold, sexy, fun, confident, and real.

     

    Reason for being on Survivor: Winning a million dollars! Also, the experience, which includes the physical challenges, the rewards, and meditating on a tropical island in the morning and at night. I’d also like to inspire Asian Pacific Islanders to be confident and self-expressive!

     

    Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? I aim to be the first Asian Pacific Islander female to win Sole Survivor and $1 million! I have the ability to think so many steps ahead. I've been strategizing since a very young age. (I started competing in chess at 6 years old and won trophies for it!)"

     

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