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|The Home Stretch|
|Tai competing in Kaôh Rōng.|
|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring obstacle course challenge|
|Appearances:|| Worlds Apart|
The castaways must each race under a net crawl and make their way to a table where they must slide tiles into a target. Once all the tiles are through, they must use a machete to transport those tiles over a teeter-totter and balance beam to the finish table. They must then sort the tiles into pairs. Three of the tiles will not match up. Those three hold the code to a combination that will unlock their box. First person to unlock their box and raise their flag wins.
The challenge was first used as the final five Reward Challenge in Survivor: Worlds Apart. Mike Holloway won the right to spend the day with his mother at camp and an advantage at the next Immunity Challenge.
| Worlds Apart|
"It's a Fickle, Fickle Game"
| Individual Reward|
(Loved Ones Challenge)
| Kaôh Rōng|
"Not Going Down Without a Fight"
|Individual Reward|| |
- This challenge has only appeared in season finales, and only as a Reward Challenge.