After playing on the 28th season of the American reality series Survivor: Cagayan in 2011, American policewoman Sarah Lacina gained notoriety. She placed 11th overall in the competition.
Sarah Lacina: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
On July 9, 1983, Sarah Lacina was born in Muscatine, Iowa, in the United States. She went to high school in Muscatine. She later enrolled in the adjacent Wartburg College in Waverly, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work.
Sarah relocated to Cedar Rapids after graduating from college to work as a police officer. She started working for the Cedar Rapids Police Department in 2006, when she met Tom Grubb. Sarah participated in her first professional MMA fight in 2010 after he introduced her to boxing and mixed martial arts.
Sarah Lacina competed in Survivor’s 28th season, which had the title “Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty.” She joined the “Brawn” tribe (Aparri) since she was a police officer and recognized Tony Vlachos, another cop, right away. When Sarah confronted him, Tony, though, denied being a cop.
Later, after Tony had come clean, Sarah and Tony joined forces to start Cops-R-Us. The first four immunity challenges were won by their tribe, but soon the tribe was switched, leaving only Sarah. Later, Sarah entered Brains, placed 11th, and was elected as the first jury member.
In the 34th season of Survivor: Game Changers, Sarah made a comeback and was assigned to the Nuku tribe. On Day 7, Sarah was swapped to the newly formed third tribe Tavua along with her fellow mates Cirie, Andrea Boehlke, Ozzy Lusth, and Zeke Smith, as well as original Mana member Troyzan Robertson. However, the tribe was disbanded as well, and Sarah returned to the Nuku.
In the end, Sarah emerged as the lone Survivor and 34th season champion. On the 40th season of Survivor: Winners at War, she returned once more as a participant.
Wyatt Wardenburg, a fellow police officer, is the spouse of Sarah Lacina.
The second time Sarah competed on Survivor, she got engaged to her boyfriend. During the visit from family members and the conclusion, when Sarah was named the sole survivor, her husband even made an appearance on television. Sarah also made her six-month pregnancy known on the program. Her mother later told her in an interview with the Muscatine Journal that she was now playing for a family and not just for herself.
Knox Wade was finally born to Sarah and her husband on August 22.
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