Hang Tough is an event played in several incarnations of the television series Gladiators. In this event, a contender and Gladiator engage in what is often described as 'a game of aerial chess' on a grid of rings hanging from the ceiling.
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... This rule, however, was discarded following Hang Tough's first season ... The first season of the revival featured a very short Hang Tough course, but the second season features a much longer course that is similar in length to the original run of the show ...
... First appearance Series 1, 2008 – Heat 2 Time limit 60 seconds Contenders 1 / Gladiators 1 (Siren, Cyclone, Enigma, Battleaxe, Tempest, Atlas, Tornado, Spartan, Oblivion) Points 10 points for reaching the Gladiator's platform, 5 points for remaining within the scoring zone (red rings) until the end of the time limit ... For the revival, Hang Tough is now situated above water ...
... Years active 1995-1996, 2008 Hang Tough first appeared in the first series of Australian Gladiators and thus far is one of only three events in Australia to have claimed ...
Famous quotes containing the words tough and/or hang:
“And if the stage-dark head rehearse
The fifth act of the closing night,
Why, cut it off, piece after piece,
And throw the tough cortex away....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
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