Pennod 7 Ar y Dibyn


Pennod 7

Bydd yr anturiaethwyr yn ymweld â'r arfordir lle byddant yn wynebu dwy sialens wahanol iawn fydd yn profi eu cryfder meddyliol. The adventurers put their mental strength to the ...


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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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-There will be activities I won't

-like but it will be an adventure.

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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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-I don't know how far I'll get

-but I intend to win.

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-Like everyone else, I suppose.

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-Only four amateur adventurers remain

-in the race for our 10,000 prize.

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-Yes.

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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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-Last time, Cian was the star.

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-Last time, Cian was the star.

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-Take that track.

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-Despite struggling, Phil was elected

-champion by his cohorts.

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-After a day confined to the tents

-Catrin and Dafydd were eliminated.

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-Cian is clear favourite.

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-Phil is lucky to still be here.

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-He must excel to reach the final.

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-It feels as if we've lost

-half the team, six down to four.

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-A huge change.

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-It's also feeling more competitive

-than it did previously.

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-Guess what. I'm in the semi-final!

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-I'm amazed and happy.

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-I'm not the strongest.

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-Dilwyn and Lowri have doubts

-about what I bring to the group.

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-I want to make the final

-and win that 10,000.

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-Episode 7

-Mental Toughness

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-Mental toughness is a crucial

-quality for adventurers.

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-In my endurance races, I've depended

-on my will to keep me going...

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-..when the body has been screaming

-for me to stop.

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-This round is all about testing the

-mental toughness of our final four.

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-The first task is

-abseiling down a rope...

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-..before climbing back up

-to ring this bell.

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-It's a long rope.

-Their arms will burn.

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-They'll have to push through

-the pain and ring that bell in time.

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-First up are Cian and Tom.

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-A dry mouth, Tom?

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-A bit.

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-Three, two, one, go.

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-It's close. Here we go.

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-After reaching the ground,

-the equipment must be adjusted.

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-That allows them

-to climb back up the rope.

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-This is brutal.

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-Cian struggles to get going.

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-Cian struggles to get going.

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-Come on Cian.

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-However, Tom masters the technique

-instantly and flies up the rope.

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-Tom's the quiet underdog

-but he's so strong.

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-A quiet underdog with a fierce bite.

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-Before I joined the army

-I was totally different.

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-When you join the army they

-reduce you to your breaking point.

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-Then you leave or

-they build you back up stronger.

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-I'm strong mentally.

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-It takes a lot to break me.

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-I wasn't expecting this at all.

-Cian is trailing by miles.

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-He's lost.

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-Well done, Tom.

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-Well done, Tom.

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-Come on, Cian.

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-Well done, Tom.

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-Tom rings the bell.

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-Does Cian have the mental toughness

-to ring that bell too?

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-Well done, boy.

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-Well done, boy.

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-Cian is in all kinds of pain.

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-He's about to hit the point

-where the body tells him to give up.

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-You know that place

-where this has to take over.

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-I had to develop mental toughness.

-I wasn't strong mentally as a child.

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-I gave up very easily in sport

-and PE lessons at school.

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-The PE teacher told me I had

-a problem mentally not physically.

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-He knew I couldn't push myself.

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-I've been aware of that and made an

-effort to address it as a problem.

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-Well done, go on.

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-Come on, Cian.

-Push through the pain.

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-He's refused to throw in the towel.

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-He could have given up a lost cause.

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-He's giving his all

-to ring the bell.

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-Go on, Cian.

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-Well done.

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-Well done.

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-Come on!

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-Yes.

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-We were looking forward

-to this race.

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-It didn't go as we expected.

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-Tom was superb.

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-It turned into a one-horse race.

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-No-one will be more disappointed

-with that effort than Cian himself.

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-What went wrong?

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-His technique.

-He didn't use his legs.

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-However, he showed mental toughness.

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-He deserves respect.

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-That was so tough

-with my body shutting down.

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-I was never going to give up

-before reaching the top...

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-..while I had the energy

-to carry on.

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-Finishing was

-the only thought in my head.

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-Next up, Phil and Cassie.

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-Phil has struggled

-in similar tasks during the week.

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-Will he succeed this time?

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-Will he succeed this time?

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-Ready! Three, two, one, go.

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-The hard work now.

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-Cassie adjusts her equipment

-instantly.

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-Come on.

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-Phil is losing time

-with the harness.

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-You look like fish out of water.

-Come on.

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-Cassie is the first up the rope

-leaving Phil on the rocks.

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-I can't do it.

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-Push the jumar up and pull the rope

-and the jumar. That's how it works.

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-You've got it, Phil.

-Well done, Cassie.

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-Phil starts climbing too.

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-Phil's doing really well.

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-After a shaky start, Phil

-powers up the rope and past Cassie.

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-She is tiring.

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-You can do this, Cassie.

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-Keep going, Cassie.

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-Cassie is genuinely hammered.

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-She looks exhausted.

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-This is the weakest I've seen her.

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-Don't you dare quit.

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-Inch by inch, Phil is

-reaching the top of the rope.

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-I can give up too easily.

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-It's all in the mind

-and it's a weakness.

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-Since I started running

-my mental toughness has improved.

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-With Cassie overcome by fatigue,

-Dilwyn steps in to encourage her.

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-Come on, Cass.

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-Look at the bell.

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-Look at the bell.

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-I know.

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-Get halfway there.

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-Get halfway there.

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-Come along.

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-I am someone who can persevere.

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-I finish what I start.

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-Even in a shattered state, unable

-to carry on, absolutely tired out...

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-..I think I'd be determined to

-finish and that would keep me going.

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-Don't give up, Cassie.

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-You're the only remaining woman.

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-Well done, Phil.

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-I'm delighted with Phil.

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-He's shattered but...

-Well done, Phil.

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-You showed you can do it.

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-Keep going, Cass. It's your dream.

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-I'm done.

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-I'm done.

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-Think of what you've done so far.

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-What a waste if you quit now.

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-Nothing left in the tank.

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-Come on, Cass. Come on!

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-I can't do it.

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-I'm coming down.

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-I'm gutted for Cassie because she

-has physical and mental toughness.

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-Cassie will be disappointed

-and angry with herself.

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-She has to put this task to bed

-and prepare for the next one.

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-She must display

-renewed strength and energy.

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-Gutted but I couldn't do it

-despite my best efforts.

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-I can't beat myself up.

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-My toughest mental

-and physical challenge ever.

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-I've surprised myself there

-but I was trying to prove a point.

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-I wanted to show that

-I deserved my place in the semi...

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-..and that I can make the final.

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-You said this series

-would be a marathon not a sprint.

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-Phil is a runner and suddenly

-he's back in this race.

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-After that task, he's full of

-confidence and in a good place now.

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-What about Cassie?

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-What about Cassie?

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-She has a steep hill to climb.

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-If anyone can do it, it's Cassie.

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-The second challenge is a race

-that encompasses four elements.

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-A run along the coast.

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-Swimming around this rock

-in a ferocious sea.

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-Scrambling up the rocks.

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-Rowing out to the rib on the boards

-before surfing back to the land.

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-You'll be racing a slippery rocks.

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-If you fall and hurt yourselves,

-you're out.

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-Find the balance

-between speed and safety.

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-Best of luck.

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-This is their first individual race.

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-Mental toughness is the thing

-that's got me through my races.

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-They'll have to dig deep to get

-to the finish line really quickly.

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-Three, two, one, go.

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-Good luck.

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-Tom, Cian, Cassie, Phil.

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-I hope Phil is pacing himself.

-As a triathlete he should do well.

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-Tom has a huge lead.

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-Good. Marathon not a sprint.

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-Come on, come on, come on.

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-Go, go, go, go.

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-Tom is first into the water.

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-Watch the slippery rocks.

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-Tom fell on his backside

-and was submerged.

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-Cian is hot on his heels.

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-I've been scared of water

-since I was a child.

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-It was quite bad when I was little.

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-I've kayaked, canoed and swum

-in the sea and lakes to overcome it.

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-You find out if you are brave

-when you face your worst fears.

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-I think I've conquered that fear.

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-As Tom and Cian battle the waves,

-Phil swims past them both.

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-Triathlons are the races I do most.

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-That includes swimming.

-I'm good in the open water.

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-Open water swimming

-is my triathlon strength.

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-The swimming and running is playing

-to Phil's strengths. He looks good.

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-Well done, Phil.

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-Tom also makes it round the rock.

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-Cassie is in trouble.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-I've hit my knee.

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-Take a moment here on the rock.

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-Phil and Tom are scrambling back up

-the slippery rocks.

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-With Cassie struggling, Dilwyn calls

-in our rescue team to rescue her.

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-That's it.

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-Have you hurt yourself?

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-Have you hurt yourself?

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-On the rock there.

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-Don't know the damage yet

-but she's moving.

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-I warned them

-about speed and safety.

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-She's got it wrong.

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-At the front, Phil and Tom

-are vying for the lead.

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-Cian is also out of the sea.

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-But Cassie won't complete the race.

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-That was scary.

-Water everywhere and no grip.

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-I thought that was it.

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-I won't risk the sea for a while.

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-Well done, both of you.

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-It's neck and neck between Phil

-and Tom with one race element to go.

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-Rowing out to the rib

-and then surfing back in.

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-Tom is first into the water.

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-Well done, Cian.

-There's time to catch them up.

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-Phil had built up a good lead but

-Tom has smashed him on the board.

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-Incredible.

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-Well done, Tom.

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-As Phil begins his return journey,

-Cian faces a fight with the waves.

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-Well done, final push.

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-Well done, Tom.

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-I thought I was stuck

-but a big wave brought me home.

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-I surfed all the way in style.

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-Come on, Phil.

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-Right down my street.

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-The adventure starts here for me.

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-Well done, Cian.

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-Well done, Cian.

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-All the way.

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-I'm happy with the effort.

-I'm not a fan of water.

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-I was very uncomfortable.

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-I had to finish.

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-A really exciting task.

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-Everyone gave it their all

-with the final in sight.

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-Cian was favourite

-at the start of this round.

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-He's not any more.

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-It's nice to be

-so close to the final.

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-Not knowing if

-I've done enough isn't as nice.

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-I haven't done enough.

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-I've made it this far though.

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-I want to make the final

-having come so far.

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-Even if I go tonight, I'll

-be proud of what I've achieved.

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-Have you elected your champion?

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-Have you elected your champion?

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-Tom is our champion.

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-Congratulations. It was your round

-and you've earned your place.

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-Cassie, you've excelled throughout.

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-You quit for the first time today.

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-You know, as we do,

-that your journey is over.

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-We must decide

-who joins Tom in the final.

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-Phil, I've questioned

-your ability and your will.

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-This round, you've answered

-those questions. Well done.

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-Cian, you've been prominent

-from the start.

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-In the last two tasks,

-we didn't see that Cian.

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-Cian and Phil, we have decided.

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-Both of you make the final.

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-Whether I deserve it or not, I'm

-through and you can't take it away.

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-I thought I was for the chop

-so happy to be here.

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-Gutted but it was time to leave.

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-It's been really great.

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-Whatever I've got left in the tank

-will go into this final effort.

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-Phil and Cian are tough competitors.

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-It's anyone's guess.

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-The strongest three are through.

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-Who wins? No idea,

-but it will be a real battle.

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-Next Time...

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-The winner of Ar Y Dibyn is...

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Bydd yr anturiaethwyr yn ymweld â'r arfordir lle byddant yn wynebu dwy sialens wahanol iawn fydd yn profi eu cryfder meddyliol. The adventurers put their mental strength to the test.


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