Alone Show Winners Lists
Winning the Alone Season Survival Challenge $500,000.00 prize is an added benefit for the winner of the Show. What does it take to win the toughest outdoor survival challenge ever seen on TV? It’s simple, you simply need to survive a little longer than the ninth person surviving Alone on Vancouver Island. The second place or runner-up winner is the “only person” deciding who wins the Alone Survival Challenge. The last outdoor survivalist automatically wins Alone and the $500,000.00 prize even if they tap out after that time (before being rescued). Can you imagine both contestants lasting months alone on Vancouver Island and tapping out within hours of each other?
Alone Season 1 Winner Alan Kay
Alan Kay winner of Alone Season 1 $500,000.00 challenge after spending 56 days on Vancouver Island. He never showed any signs of tapping out from the challenge and looked prepared to survive the entire year. Alan Kay from Blairsville, Georgia, lost 60 lbs that’s a little alarming, but his determination to survive alone never wavered. Sam Larson from Lincoln, Nebraska, was the second place runner-up in Alone Season 1 lasting 55 days on Vancouver Island. Sam’s initial goal was surviving 50 days that was good enough for second place, but as far as Alan was concerned, He was just starting to prepare for winter time.
In addition to winning the half million dollar prize, Alan Kay’s Survival, Preparation and Self Defense training classes sell out fast because of his new success on Alone. Needless to say, Alan’s also treated like a celebrity star among his outdoor survival instructor peers for winning the toughest outdoor alone challenge ever seen on TV.
Congratulations, Alan, Sam and all the contestants for making Alone a phenomenal success for this Outdoor Reality TV Show.
Alone Season 2 Winner Dave McIntyre
While Alone Season 1 was 10 episodes determining a winner, the Alone contestants for Season 2 is 13 brand new episodes. As of this writing, the first ten episodes of Alone Show Season 2 have narrowed it down to the remaining four contestants. The Alone Season 2 winner Dave McIntyre, Jose Amoede Nicole Apelian or Larry Roberts all survived over 50 days on Vancouver Island and all close to Alan Kay’s 56-day record. A lot can happen in three more episodes, but I already know who won Alone in Season 2. At least I think I know and we’ll soon find out if my predictions are correct.
And the winner of Alone Survival Show in Season 2 is Dave McIntyre. While Dave was never ranked at the top on the list until the 10th episode, His mindset after 50 days is similar to season 1 winner Alan Kay. Dave isn’t surviving on the island, but thriving with a positive mental attitude focused on long-term survival. While the other contestants food sources are dwindling, (or certainly not expanding) Dave’s finding new ways of catching fish and dungeness crab on a consistent basis. After 50 days, McIntyre’s found his second wind and genuinely is having a great time all Alone on Vancouver Island.
Alone Season 2 Second Runner Up
Alone Season 2 Second Place Winner: Jose Martinez spent the majority of the first 50 days Alone on Vancouver Island building primitive survival tools including a very impressive canoe. Out of all the remaining contestants, Jose’s eaten the least amount of protein in the past two months. In fact, Alone Show doesn’t show Jose catching his first fish until the 50th day inside his canoe. He now has a reliable way catching fish, but is it too late before the winter storms arrive?
After 50 days Larry Roberts is still surviving on Limpets and Periwinkle stew and mentally isn’t in a good place. Larry said on episode 10 He’s accomplished everything he wanted to do and will be tapping out soon. The only thing keeping Larry in the competition is the $500,000.00 prize. At what point is no amount of money worth what he’s putting himself through mentally?
With the salmon run almost over, Nicole Apelian is losing her main food source fast with no backup plan shown during the Show. On day 50, Nicole shows the first signs not being her cheerful self and genuinely concerned how much longer she can survive. She’s now hungry enough to walk down Bear trails scavenging salmon bones for leftover meat. If Nicole doesn’t find a new food source soon, She’ll have no choice but to tap out of the competition.
So there you have it, my prediction for Alone Season 2 Winner three weeks before the final episode’s on the History Channel. Only one outdoor survivalist will win the $500,000.00 prize and take their seat next to Alan Kay. But after surviving 50 days all Alone under those circumstances, they’re all winners in my book.
Update After Season 2 Finale: