|Keep It Up|
The Fang tribe competes in the challenge in Gabon.
|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring Survivor challenge|
Heroes vs. Villains
The castaways must balance two poles using the tops of their hands against an overhead board. If a castaway drops either of the poles at any point, they are out of the challenge. The last person standing will win.
The challenge was first introduced in Survivor: Gabon as the last tribal Immunity Challenge. In this challenge the castaways had to balance two poles using the tops of their hands against an overhead board. The last tribe to have a member still standing won. Matty Whitmore won the challenge for Fang, outlasting the last standing Kota member, Bob Crowley.
"Apple in the Garden of Eden"
|Tribal Immunity|| |
| Heroes vs. Villains|
"Loose Lips Sink Ships"
|Individual Immunity|| |
| South Pacific|
"Running the Show"
- Of the seven contestants to win this challenge, five have appeared in multiple seasons.
- Furthermore, every woman who has won this challenge has appeared in multiple seasons.
- This challenge has been used in increments of three seasons. Starting with season 17 (Gabon), then season 20 (Heroes vs. Villains), and season 23 (South Pacific).
- Both castaways who won the challenge individually were competing on their third season of Survivor, having previously appeared in Survivor: Cook Islands and Survivor: Micronesia.