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Cyfathrebu

Bydd sgiliau cyfathrebu'r 6 o dan brawf a bydd sialens newydd yn wynebu'r anturiaethwyr wrth i storm daro'r helfa. The remaining 6 adventurers put their communication skills to ...


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-I'm here to learn and take part...

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-..but I also feel

-that I could win it.

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-There will be activities I won't

-like but it will be an adventure.

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-I'm quietly competitive and here

-to enjoy every step of the journey.

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-I am here to win.

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-I'll give anything a go.

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-I know what I want and

-I'll do what it takes to get it.

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-Ten amateur adventurers determined

-to win a 10,000 prize package.

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-Great.

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-I, Lowri Morgan...

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-..and the adventure holiday

-expert, Dilwyn Sanderson-Jones...

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-..will push them to their limits.

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-Both physically and mentally.

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-To determine which one

-is the strongest adventurer.

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-After three days

-of near starvation...

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-..our group faced

-the toughest task yet...

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-..and Dafydd excelled.

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-They all impressed us

-so none of the six was eliminated.

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-They were awesome

-and no-one deserved to go.

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-However, there's

-no-one safe this time.

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-Can we have a quick word?

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-In the next round, we have two tasks

-that test your communication skills.

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-Believe it or not, we want

-the standard raised again.

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-Two of you are leaving

-at the end of this round.

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-Good luck.

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-Thanks.

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-The pressure is increased as we have

-to aim to be in the top four.

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-We will all feel it.

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-It's the business end of the series.

-Interesting. Looking forward to it.

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-Episode 6

-Communication

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-Good communication skills

-are crucial in adventuring.

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-Leading a group with imprecise

-or vague instructions...

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-..puts them and you in danger.

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-The first challenge is

-a sailing task and it's a race.

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-Our six are divided

-into two teams of three.

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-They have to complete

-this triangular course twice.

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-Sailing from Buoy 1 to Buoy 2

-involves tacking against the wind.

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-That means taking a zigzag route.

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-The remainder of the course

-should be plain sailing.

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-The teams receive an hour of

-instruction from sailing experts.

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-The experts will also

-assess the race.

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-On a sailing boat, all crew members

-have equally important roles.

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-Without teamwork, the sails could

-lose the wind and deflate...

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-..then the boat would stop.

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-Effective communication by the teams

-will ensure this does not happen.

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-All three crew members

-must work as a team.

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-Three, two, one, go.

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-To start the race,

-they cross the start line.

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-However, the tide carries the

-Green Team too close to the rib.

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-A snap decision has to be made.

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-Cian decides to turn the boat

-all the way round and restart.

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-The Orange Team gain a massive

-lead sailing into the wind.

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-We need to tack into the wind.

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-We need to tack into the wind.

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-Wait, wait, there's the wind.

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-I'm quite good at getting

-my point of view across...

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-..to make a valuable contribution

-calmly in stressful situations.

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-I don't speak unless I'm sure I have

-something constructive to say.

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-We are ready to tack.

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-It's not enough.

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-It's not enough.

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-No, we're fine.

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-However, the Green Team read the

-wind better and make more progress.

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-We need to tack once more.

-We're going much faster than them.

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-Cian leads the Green Team

-back into contention.

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-Ready to tack?

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-Ready to tack?

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-Ready to tack.

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-Hang on tight.

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-By Buoy 2, they're neck and neck.

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-The Orange Team are unsure

-how to navigate the buoy.

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-Should we tack?

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-Should we tack?

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-Not too much.

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-Push to the right now.

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-Wrong way, people.

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-Under Dafydd's direction,

-Catrin turns the boat the wrong way.

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-I'm pulling in, pulling in.

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-The team has to turn

-all the way round.

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-Nearly there.

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-The Green Team has a significant

-lead as they prepare...

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-..to jibe around the next buoy

-to take advantage of the wind.

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-Jibe.

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-Jibe.

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-Watch you heads as we jibe.

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-We should jibe here.

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-We'll turn if we do that.

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-I have good communication skills.

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-I'm aware it's a two-way process.

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-I also have good questioning skills.

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-We want the wind from the left.

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-We're losing power.

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-It's important to make a decision

-as a group and stick to it.

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-Do the jibe.

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-Do the jibe.

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-No, we have to go round this.

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-It'll take forever.

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-Catrin's decision to ignore Dafydd

-costs their team more time.

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-The Green Team is already on Lap 2.

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-Tacking, watch your heads.

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-Keep it tight.

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-Tacking superbly between Buoy 1 and

-2, the Green Team accelerate away.

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-Keep tacking.

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-We're going right.

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-Cian's laid-back style of leadership

-is paying huge dividends.

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-They round Buoy 3 for a second time.

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-By now, the Orange team members

-are also communicating effectively.

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-Well done.

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-It's too late as the Green Team

-is crossing the finish line.

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-Congratulations.

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-Congratulations.

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-Well done, boys.

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-You are smiling having sailed

-with the winning Greens.

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-That's Cian, Cassie and Tom.

-How did they do?

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-They improved throughout the race.

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-They were all communicating

-and helping each other.

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-Cian led the way with authority

-and I couldn't ask for more.

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-They did really well.

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-You are also smiling.

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-The Orange team started well.

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-The Orange team started well.

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-Yes, they did.

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-There was too much pressure.

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-Catrin was offered some

-unhelpful advice from Dafydd.

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-Did that cost you the race?

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-Did that cost you the race?

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-Certainly.

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-We won the sailing task.

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-We were lucky that

-the other team made a mistake.

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-There's a lull in the camp

-and a bit of tension.

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-I'm not blaming anyone

-but I hate coming second.

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-I really do hate it.

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-I really wanted to win.

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-I'm a bit homesick

-and I want to go home now.

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-Let's see what turns up tomorrow.

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-It's the tenth morning at boot camp.

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-With the weather at its worst there

-isn't much communication going on.

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-The hymn Calon Lan is about a life

-without luxuries - just like this!

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-Not everyone is joking like Dafydd.

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-Are you OK, Cass?

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-Yes, are you OK, Cat?

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-Yes, are you OK, Cat?

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-No, this is filthy.

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-In the next task, there are

-four numbers scattered in the woods.

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-In teams of three,

-they must find the numbers...

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-..that open

-a combination lock for bikes.

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-They then ride the bikes

-back to the start.

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-Only one team member

-gets to see the map.

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-That person will have to guide

-his or her teammates using a radio.

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-This is an extreme exercise

-in communication.

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-One mistake and

-the searchers will be lost.

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-I can't wait.

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-First up, Phil and Dafydd searching

-and Cassie on the map.

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-Give us directions.

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-Give us directions.

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-OK, give me two minutes.

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-Which way? Push the button down

-before speaking so we hear it all.

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-She hears you, Phil.

-Give her time to read the map.

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-I've got you.

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-Straight ahead on the track.

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-There's 45 minutes

-to complete the task.

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-There should be a large path

-on the right coming up.

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-Here it is.

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-To the left, there's a small path.

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-We're there now.

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-Take the left path for 50 metres.

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-There should be a wall in front

-of you with the first number.

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-We'll take a look

-and get back to you.

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-We've found the first number.

-Where next?

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-Follow the wall around to the right.

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-The wall to our right?

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-Sorry.

-No, keep the wall to your left.

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-For how long?

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-Some fifty metres.

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-It should bring you back

-to a main road for vehicles.

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-OK, over and out.

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-After finding the first number,

-Cassie sends them the wrong way.

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-Are you sure, Cassie?

-We followed the track up.

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-We haven't found the main road.

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-Are you near the wall?

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-No, it's just a track now.

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-We'll go back to the first spot.

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-Go back and start again from there.

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-I've sent them the wrong way.

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-Left and right doesn't work.

-Try north, south, east and west.

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-People tend to listen to me in work

-and in adventuring scenarios.

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-I don't get angry, I just go again.

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-I make sure they hear my voice.

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-You need to go east.

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-We went east Cassie but

-there was nothing after 50 metres.

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-Go east for 50 metres and

-you should arrive on the main road.

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-We'll try going a bit further then.

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-Thanks, Phil.

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-Cassie is struggling.

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-When you aren't out

-in the environment itself...

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-..you depend on getting

-information back to you.

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-It's not working because

-they are taking too long talking.

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-Keep it short and to the point.

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-Then it'll start working.

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-There's nothing here

-so we have to go back.

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-Go back again and move

-your way towards the north.

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-North makes sense.

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-Out of sheer luck, Phil spots

-something in the far distance.

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-I've spotted something, Cassie.

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-In a flash, Dafydd

-sprints for the prize.

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-We've got it.

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-They fluked their way

-to the second one.

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-Dafydd took off

-without consulting Cassie.

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-He had no idea if the path was safe

-or whether there were holes.

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-They picked up the number

-but not by the correct method.

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-You need to go down and across.

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-South, north, east?

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-Up a bit to the south.

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-Down and across and

-up a bit to the south! Beautiful.

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-South from there, Phil.

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-The next point is 250 metres away.

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-In fifty metres you'll see a wall

-on the left and ruins on the right.

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-That's better.

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-OK, we'll try that.

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-You're doing great, Cassie.

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-You're doing great, Cassie.

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-Thanks, Phil.

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-After 30 minutes,

-the team has only two numbers.

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-However, Cassie's clearer directions

-helps them find the other numbers.

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-She gets them to the bikes

-in another 10 minutes.

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-With five minutes left,

-is there time to finish the task?

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-It's colour-coded.

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-It's colour-coded.

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-Eight, first.

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-Zero, two, five.

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-We're doing the bikes.

-We won't talk for a minute.

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-Do you know the way, Phil?

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-Well done, Dafydd. Come on, Phil.

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-The team succeed

-with a few minutes to spare.

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-Brilliant.

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-Good communication.

-Well done, Dafydd.

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-They took almost 30 minutes

-to find the first two numbers.

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-Cassie was navigating.

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-As time went on, something clicked

-and they completed the task.

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-Great.

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-Next up, Tom and Catrin search

-while Cian reads the map.

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-Here's the little track

-off to the left.

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-Take that track.

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-Take that track.

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-OK, we're doubling back.

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-Has Cian sent them

-along the wrong track?

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-You've sent them that way.

-Is that where you want them?

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-You can wave at them in a minute.

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-Think again.

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-Think again.

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-Hold on, Tom.

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-Cian takes time to reconsider.

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-Not the best start.

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-Go back to the original track.

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-Take the uneven track

-that goes south-east.

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-We're on it now.

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-It's uphill until you find a wall.

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-We see the wall.

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-I see something.

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-We have it, Cian. Where now?

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-How far can you follow

-that wall up the hill?

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-Twenty metres maybe!

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-Shall we do it?

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-Go north on the second track.

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-Go north on the second track.

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-North on the second track.

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-Not the shortest route but safer.

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-I've hardly ever got lost. I've used

-a map and compass since I was kid.

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-I explored the mountains with Dad.

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-I have a long way to go

-to master those skills.

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-We have the second one.

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-Continue towards the south-east.

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-We're going along on the same track.

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-It takes a lot to impress me

-but Cian is doing that.

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-He communicates well and the team

-responds to his direction.

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-They are working well together.

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-We have it.

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-Cian appears to have

-mastered the woods.

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-They find the checkpoints

-with very little hassle.

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-Brilliant.

-There's a path to the west.

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-We're going there now.

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-OK, Cass?

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-With all numbers collected...

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-..they have to unlock the bikes

-and cycle to the finish.

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-Cian leads his team home ten minutes

-faster than the first team.

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-Nice one.

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-Nice one.

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-Brilliant.

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-That was a great performance.

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-Their communicating

-was direct and so simple.

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-If I was stuck on a mountain,

-I'd want that team to bring me down.

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-I've never seen a team

-do so well in this task. Superb.

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-Well done.

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-Back at boot camp,

-two have to be eliminated.

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-There's a storm on the horizon

-so Dilwyn has an announcement.

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-No-one is going home

-because of the weather.

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-Batten down the hatches

-until lunchtime tomorrow.

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-Zip up the tents. If they leak,

-use one of the spare tents.

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-Keep warm. Happy?

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-I'd like to be home in bed

-in this stormy weather.

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-We were too lucky last week.

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-I absolutely love these kinds of

-conditions. An adventure in itself.

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-We're confined to quarters,

-ordered to stay in the tent.

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-Morale is still good.

-They won't break us just yet.

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-I've read every label in here

-to keep myself occupied.

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-I'm bored and the tent is soaking.

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-There's nothing to say other than

-hope for better weather.

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-We're still in this ****** tent.

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-Twenty hours later.

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-I feel for those leaving today.

-20 hours in a tent and eliminated.

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-We're all a bit miffed.

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-I hope I've made the semis.

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-I have more to offer.

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-I want to stay but I'll accept

-my fate if that is elimination.

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-Everyone is strong so we'll see.

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-After 24 hours confined to the tents

-it's time to elect a champion.

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-We'll also see which two

-will be eliminated.

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-Before we hear who

-your champion is this round...

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-..I want to say that deciding

-on which two to eliminate...

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-..has been the toughest decision

-we've ever had to make.

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-You've all pushed yourselves

-to the extreme.

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-Respect.

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-Who is your champion?

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-Who is your champion?

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-Phil is our champion.

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-Congratulations, Phil.

-You go through.

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-Cian, you led teams

-to two victories.

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-That takes skill and strength.

-Well done.

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-Catrin, you've pushed

-your boundaries consistently.

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-You captained the losing boat.

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-The team paid a heavy price

-for your errors.

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-Dafydd, you've taken on

-our advice about leadership.

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-But, you were in two losing teams.

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-Phil, you also lost twice.

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-Since you are safe,

-the decision has been made for us.

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-Dafydd and Catrin are on the

-precipice and they leave us.

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-I'm sorry.

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-It's heartbreaking.

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-Voting honestly for Phil as today's

-champion may have cost me a place.

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-I didn't want to leave.

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-Dafydd faced lots of criticism

-from me in boot camp.

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-I wanted to see him improve.

-Now he's gone, I miss him.

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-He's a huge loss to the competition.

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-I'm gutted to leave

-after making such good friends.

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-I'll look back

-on a happy experience.

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-Catrin pushed her

-boundaries consistently.

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-Like us, she knew

-her time was up at boot camp.

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-We have four strong semi-finalists.

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-It's wide open and I can't wait.

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-Go for it.

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-I want to get to the final

-and win the 10,000 prize.

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-Come on, Cass.

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Bydd sgiliau cyfathrebu'r 6 o dan brawf a bydd sialens newydd yn wynebu'r anturiaethwyr wrth i storm daro'r helfa. The remaining 6 adventurers put their communication skills to the test.