Survivor 43: Who is on each Tribe?
The tribes are set, and bonds are already being created. Which castaways belong to which tribe on this season of Survivor?
The tribes are set, and Vesi (Red) and Coco (Blue) have managed to avoid a visit to the Tribal Council in the first two-hour episode, which aired on Wednesday, 21 September.
The Baka (Yellow) tribe was not so lucky and voted off the first castaway, Morriah Young, of the season. Yong is a middle school performing arts teacher in Philidelphia and was hoping to make friends and win the big prize. During her short stint on the show, she was unmissable wearing a pair of rainbow overalls.
Other members of Baka include:
Laydi has a little secret he is keeping from the group: his age. The nineteen-year-old has hoped that his team will take him more seriously if he tells them he is twenty-two, so far, the lie is making little difference - both in the positive and negative sense.
Who is a part of the Vesi Tribe?
Vesi took won the first challenge thanks to the collaboration between teammates, which include:
Noelle Lambert, a Paralympian, is a fan favorite, with many of her supporters from her days as an Olympian. Lambert competed at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, where she set a new American record for the 100-meter. Other members of the team consider themselves athletes but do not reach the level of Lambert. So far, it seems that the group works together well, and quickly, fans have begun to root for them on social media.
Who is a part of the Coco tribe?
The final tribe competing this season is Coco, whose six members have managed to avoid elimination.
Lindsay Carmine is a 42-year-old pediatric nurse who hopes to use the skills she picked pick on the job during the game. When she gets to the final three, she plans to listen to the words of her father to get her past the finish line, “when you’re at that last mile of a marathon, do you speed up or slow down?”