Due to his dominant gameplay and the jury's disdain for fellow finalists Natalie Tenerelli and Phillip Sheppard, Rob won the title of sole Survivor in a 8-1-0 vote, finally becoming the sole Survivor after four seasons and 117 days of playing.
He ended up walking the last 13 miles of the race and finished in 6 hours and 20 minutes. Rob continues to call Boston home and his family remains most important thing in his life. Hometown: Boston, Mass Current Residence: Pensacola, Fla.
He has one brother, Mike, one sister, Heather, and his parents are Bob and Linda. Personal Claim To Fame: "My marriage and birth of my child."Inspiration in Life: "My family."Previous Finishes: Marquesas: 7th out; All-Stars: Runner-Up Favorite Past Moment: "Proposing to Amber at the live finale."Previous Survivor He Respects Most: Amber Brkich (Australia, All-Stars)Previous Survivor He Respects Least: "Nobody."Why Did He Come Back? "Rob Mariano (35)Current Residence: Pensacola, Fla. Previous Seasons: "Survivor: Marquesas," "Survivor: All-Stars" and "Survivor: Heroes vs.
In 2000, he woke up the day of the Boston Marathon and decided to run it as an unofficial entry with absolutely no training. Since being voted off seventh on SURVIVOR: MARQUESAS, Robert Mariano has appeared at many charity functions, enjoyed traveling all over the world and acted as a host for the Hawaiian Tropic Model Search Competition last summer in Boston.
He stopped along the way to eat burgers and drink beer. Two of his most memorable adventures were traveling to Italy last spring with his father and throwing out the first pitch at the Red Sox game last Labor Day when the team hosted the Yankees at Fenway Park. Growing up, he was very involved in athletics, especially hockey, baseball and football.
Rob finalized his legacy with perhaps the most sustained display of dominance ever in his fourth season, Redemption Island.