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Casting Call - Endurance 4

If you're a fierce competitor with great survival skills, then here's an opportunity you won't want to miss. The peeps at Discovery Kids are looking for 10 boys and 10 girls to audition for Endurance 4. Check it out - cuz you only have until April 15, 2005!

Endurance 4 - How It's Played

Twenty kids are sent off to a remote destination to spend two weeks competing in a series of tough challenges that test your strength, stamina and strategy. The kids will be divided into teams of two to compete in two types of games. In the Endurance Missions, physical endurance and mental strategy are tested as kids accumulate pyramid pieces to complete the 12-piece "Pyramid of Endurance." Teams who win the mind-bending Temple Missions earn ultimate control and choose which team to send home. The last team standing will win the trip of a lifetime!

Endurance 4 - How to Audition

If you're between the ages of 12 and 15, then listen up - you'll need to make a five-minute video telling Discovery Kids who you are and why they should pick you to be on Endurance 4. If you need some creative inspiration for your video, then click here to check out some footage from previous contestants. The video must include your name, address, date of birth and a permission note from your 'rents.

Endurance 4 - Stepping Up To The Challenge Once you've put together your tape, download an application form from the website. For more details on how to become the next Endurance champion, head to Discovery Kids's official website. Or, call them on their special toll-free hotline at 1-877-PICK-ME-9 (1-877-742-5639). Get your tape and application in ASAP because the deadline is April 15, 2005.

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    Would You Compete on Endurance?

    • Yes, I think it would be the adventure of a lifetime!
    • I might audition, but I'm not sure if I'm cut out for all that physical endurance.
    • Surviving out in the wild? No way.

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