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Expeditie Robinson 2002

Expeditie Robinson: 2002, was the third Dutch/Belgian version of the Swedish show Expedition Robinson, or Survivor as it is referred to in some countries. This season began airing on September 15, 2002 and concluded on December 18, 2002. The major twist this season was that the team tribes were divided up by gender with the Mensirip tribe initially being only men, while the Uma tribe was initially only women. Another twist occurred in episode 3 when the first ever tribal swap took place. Ultimately, it was Derek Blok from the Netherlands who won the season over Olivier Glorieux from Belgium with a close jury vote of 5-4.

Finishing order

Contestant Original
Tribe
Episode 3
Tribe
Merged
Tribe
Finish
Danny Giles
19, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mensirip 1st Voted Out
Day 3
Meintje Brand
30, Uden, Netherlands
Uma 2nd Voted Out
Day 6
Annelies Marten
24, Sint Niklaas, Belgium
Uma Mensirip 3rd Voted Out
Day 9
Walter DeSmedt
36, Wilrijk, Belgium
Mensirip Uma 4th Voted Out
Day 12
Raymond Grave
42, Son en Breugel, Netherlands
Mensirip Uma Left Competition
Day 14
Keo Freysen
24, Borsbeek, Belgium
Mensirip Mensirip Evacuated
1st Jury Member
Day 18
Nolleke Bekkering
46, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Uma Uma Robinson 6th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 21
Mark Meester
32, Nieuw-Vennep, Netherlands
Mensirip Uma 7th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 24
Jakobien Huisman
31, Antwerpen, Belgium
Uma Uma 8th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 27
Lydia Guiso
19, Opglabbeek, Belgium
Uma Uma 9th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 30
Deborah Hattem
23, Utrecht, Netherlands
Uma Uma 10th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 33
Luc Smeets
40, Neerpelt, Belgium
Mensirip Mensirip 11th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 36
Loes Vincke
34, Kortrijk, Belgium
Uma Mensirip 12th Voted Out
8th Jury Member
Day 39
Kristina Arquin
27, Antwerpen, Belgium
Uma Mensirip Lost Challenge
9th Jury Member
Day 42
Olivier Glorieux
28, Wemmel, Belgium
Mensirip Mensirip Runner-Up
Day 47
Derek Blok
41, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mensirip Mensirip Sole Survivor
Day 47

Voting history

Original Tribes Mixed Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode #: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Reunion
Eliminated: Danny
4/8 votes
Meintje
3/8 votes
Annelies
4/7 votes
Walter
5/7 votes
Raymond
No vote
Mark
4/5 votes1
Keo
No vote
Nolleke
6/10 votes2
Nolleke
6/10 votes
Mark
8/9 votes
Jakobien
6/8 votes
Lydia
3/7 votes
Deborah
5/6 votes
Luc
3/5 votes
Loes
3/4 votes
Kristina
No vote
Olivier
4/9 votes
Derek
5/9 votes
Voter Vote
Derek Mark Annelies Nolleke Nolleke Mark Jakobien Deborah Deborah Loes Loes Jury Vote
Olivier Danny Annelies Nolleke Nolleke Mark Lydia Lydia Deborah Luc Loes
Kristina Meintje Olivier Nolleke Nolleke Mark Jakobien Lydia Deborah Luc Loes Olivier
Loes Meintje Derek Nolleke Nolleke Mark Jakobien Deborah Deborah Luc Kristina Olivier
Luc Mark Annelies Nolleke Nolleke Mark Jakobien Lydia Deborah Loes Olivier
Deborah Lydia Walter Mark Mark Mark Mark Jakobien Luc Loes Derek
Lydia Deborah Walter Mark Mark Mark Mark Jakobien Luc Derek
Jakobien Kristina Walter Mark Mark Mark Mark Deborah Olivier
Mark Danny Nolleke Deborah Nolleke Nolleke Derek Derek
Noelleke Annelies Walter Mark Mark Mark Derek
Keo Danny Annelies Derek
Raymond Danny Walter
Walter Mark Raymond
Annelies Meintje Derek
Meintje Kristina
Danny Luc


^1 As Raymond voluntarily left the competition in episode 5, no one was eliminated at the fifth tribal council.

^2 As Keo was evacuated in episode 6, no one was eliminated at the sixth tribal council.

External links

  • http://worldofbigbrother.com/Survivor/BN/3/about.shtml
  • http://www.expeditie-robinson.tv/vorigeseizoenen/expeditierobinson2002/
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