Who Is the Only Survivor Contestant to Win Twice?
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Who Is the Only Survivor Contestant to Win Twice?

Each season, we watch as one Survivor contestant outwits, outplays, and outlasts the rest of their tribe members to take home that coveted $1 million prize. And after 27 cycles of the massively successful CBS reality series, we are still impressed by the skills of these incredible victors.

What’s more, there’s actually one extremely skilled two-time contestant who not only won the whole shebang once, but who also managed to keep their torch alive for a second time!

So during last night’s February 26 premiere of Survivor: Cayagan, Wetpaint Entertainment quizzed Viggle LIVE! users to see if they knew which lucky guy or gal took home the $1 million prize not once, but twice. So who was it?

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Looks like you’ve all been keeping up with the show over the years, as 75 percent knew that Sandra Diaz-Twine is the only person to double up on wins. Boston Rob Mariano came in a distant second with 18 percent of the user vote, and controversy-strewn Richard Hatch received only 7 percent.

Sandra has the distinct bragging rights of being the only Sole Survivor to win not once, but twice. She took the title during Survivor: Pearl Islands in 2003, and again seven years later on Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains. You go girl!

Tune into Survivor: Cayagan on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

Are you watching Survivor this season? Tell us in the comments below.

Do you want to test your TV knowledge? Not only is it easy, but you also get rewarded just for watching your favorite shows! All you have to do is download the Viggle app, get watching, and check into Viggle LIVE!

Samantha Lear is an Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

02.27.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Lear
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