Val Collins - Survivor: San Juan del Sur
Val Collins on social media: twitter
Seasons: 1 | Days: 6.5 | Wins: 0 | Jury: 0

Survivor: San Juan del Sur (2014) - 2nd out, 17th place.

  • Cumulative time: In-game - 4.5 days; Exile Island - 2 days.
  • Voted out in Episode 2, "Method to This Madness" (Day 6).
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Val Collins - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S29: San Juan del Sur 0.00 0.74 0.00 0 4 2 -0.12 0.00 - - - -0.12 0.00
Career 0.00 0.74 0.00 0 4 2 -0.12 0.00 - - - -0.12 0.00
Val Collins - Challenge record
  • S29 logo San Juan del Sur challenges
    Man in the Box - Ep1 Duel
    Sumo at Sea - Ep2 IC

    Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-2):

    • San Juan del Sur Ep. 1 IC: "Temple of Syrinx" - Participates in the obstacle crawl and climbing, but Coyopa loses.
    • San Juan del Sur Ep. 2 IC: "Sumo at Sea" - Loses in her bout against Natalie, and Coyopa loses again, 5-4.

     

    Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

    • San Juan del Sur: None.

     

    Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-1): (Mean % finish: 50%)

    • San Juan del Sur Ep. 1 RC: "Man in the Box" - Retrieves one of the two sleds, but loses to Jeremy, and is exiled.
Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 2
    Win%: 0.00
    Sat out: --
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 1
    Win%: 0.00
    Mean% Finish: 50%
Val Collins - Tribal Council record
  • S29 logo San Juan del Sur Tribal
    Ep1 Tribal Council
    Ep2 Tribal Council

    Idols held/played (0/0):

    • San Juan del Sur, Ep. 1: Received an idol clue on Exile Island, but did not find the idol itself.
    • San Juan del Sur, Ep. 2: Pretended to have two idols in her possession. Actually had zero.

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (0/2):

    • San Juan del Sur: None.

     

    VAP - Votes against (4):

    • San Juan del Sur Ep. 2: Four votes, from Alec, Baylor, Josh, and Wes (voted out, 4-4 [5-1 on re-vote]).

     

    Jury votes made (0/0):

    • None.
Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: --
  • Voting record
    VFB: 0
    Tribals: 2
    VAP: 4
  • Jury votes
    Made: 0
    For winners: --
    Received: --
Val Collins - Pictures
Survivor: San Juan del Sur, Cambodia - Second Chance image galleries
Val Collins - Interviews
  • S29 logo San Juan del Sur interviews

    Pre-game interviews

    • Dalton Ross at EW.com (8/27/14): "Val & Jeremy" (video interview)

     

    Post-game interviews

    • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (10/2/14): "Val - 'I Think Josh Was More of a Mess'"
    • Rob Cesternino at RHAP (10/2/14): "Exit Interview with the Latest Player Voted Off San Juan del Sur - 10/02/14"
    • Josh Wigler at Parade (10/3/14): "Survivor Contestant Val Collins Digs Into Her False Idols"
    • Daniel Fienberg at HitFix.com (10/6/14): "Val Collins talks Survivor: San Juan del Sur"
Val Collins - Bios
  • S29 logo San Juan del Sur bio

    CBS pre-game interview (with Jeremy), from YouTube:

     

     

    From her official CBS Survivor: San Juan del Sur cast bio page (8/27/14):

    "Occupation: Foxboro Police Officer

    Inspiration in Life: My mom who was a single mom working many jobs to support us.

    Pet Peeves: Liars.

    If You Could Have 3 Things on The Island What Would They Be and Why? 1) Picture of my daughters Jordyn & Camryn to inspire me 2) A lokai bracelet with mud from the Dead Sea to remind me to be hopeful at my lowest point and water from Mt. Everest to remind me to stay hopeful at my highest point. 3) Matching bracelet I share with my kids to feel connected to them.

    Survivor Contestant You Are Most Like: Monica and Taj.

    Why You Think You’ll “Survive” SurvivorI have mental toughness, I’m strong and I’m patient.

    What Does It Mean to You to Play Survivor with Your Loved One? I am excited to play the game with Jeremy but our game will probably be different and that will be hard because I may have to change my game and go against my gut based on his instinct. Playing with a loved one brings emotions to the game right from the beginning. You have to watch their back just as much."

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