We have experienced some of life's greatest joys and toughest challenges together, and our decision to be apart can never diminish that." Zohn and Morasca met during the finale of 2003's "Survivor: Amazon," which 32-year-old Morasca won.Zohn, 39, earned a champion title himself with "Survivor: Africa." The reality star was also involved in a battle off-screen against Hodgkins lymphoma, a fight that Morasca helped him through.He told People before the ceremony that he expected "all the happy and sad tears in my life will disappear in her presence" when they stood on the altar together.Zohn also teased to The Knot before the wedding that the reception would feature some games inspired by "Survivor" for attendees to partake in, adding that the guest list featured several of his fellow competitors on the show."There’s really nothing that we haven’t gone through and worked through," Zohn told CNN ahead of their debut on "The Amazing Race" in September 2011. And we are competitive and we know if we get in an argument that we will work through it and there will be smiles on the other side.” As of now, in light of their breakup, the pair are hoping their fans will understand their desire for privacy.Jenna Morasca is the Sole Survivor of Survivor: The Amazon. Infamously known for stripping for peanut butter and chocolate, Morasca managed to win four individual immunity challenges, and became the first contestant to secure six of seven jury votes.
She also did an anti-fur campaign for the animal rights group PETA. Additionally, she is currently a junior at the University of Pittsburgh, majoring in zoology."There'll be a little Survivor reunion at the wedding," he told the wedding blog.Before beginning his relationship with Heywood, Zohn dated fellow "Survivor" champ Jenna Morasca for 10 years.This former "Survivor" winner just took on another title: husband.Season 3 champion Ethan Zohn tied the knot with Manhattan-based interior designer Lisa Heywood at a romantic ceremony in Burlington, Vermont on Saturday, People reports.
It's a national, indoor team cycle event, held at various Equinox gyms, to raise money to fight rare cancers by funding research led by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.