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Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn’s physical toll is revealed in photos of winner Hayley Leake 

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Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn's physical toll is revealed in photos of winner Hayley Leake 

She survived 48 days in the outback to be crowned winner of Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn. 

And before and after photos show the toll those weeks of endurance took on Hayley Leake’s body.

In a photo posted to her Instagram account on Sunday, the pain researcher, 31, showed off her insanely shredded physique during a challenge. 

Hayley Leake seen here at the beginning of Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn

Hayley Leake seen here at the beginning of Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn

And seen here during the final challenge

And seen here during the final challenge

Thinner: Before (left) and after (right) photos show the toll that weeks of endurance on Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn took on Hayley Leake’s body

Hayley rocked a very toned tummy and muscular arms in the photo, for which she donned grimy green shorts.

It was a contrast to earlier images of the academic, who during the course of the show switched tribes from Brains to the Brawn camp.

The eventual sole survivor initially cut a clean and far more healthy figure before embarking on her epic journey of survival.  

Hayley stunned her competitors to rise to the top of the heap on the reality TV show. 

The brainy beauty received five votes at tribal council during Sunday’s finale, defeating runner-up George Mladenov who received four. 

Surrounded by her friends and boyfriend Jimmy Meegan, Hayley admitted the $500,000 prize money would change her life. 

Winner: Leake was crowned the sole survivor on Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn during Sunday night's grand finale. Hayley is pictured with host Jonathan LaPaglia

Winner: Leake was crowned the sole survivor on Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn during Sunday night's grand finale. Hayley is pictured with host Jonathan LaPaglia

Winner: Leake was crowned the sole survivor on Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn during Sunday night’s grand finale. Hayley is pictured with host Jonathan LaPaglia

‘I am in complete shock at what’s just happened. I am the Sole Survivor. I have learned that I can do way more than I think I can. I survived for 48 days,’ she said. 

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‘I made massive blindsides. I was a physical beast out here and I never thought I would be.’

However, the pain researcher said playing the game was harder than she had imagined. 

Beaten: She defeated fellow finalist George Mladenov (right)

Beaten: She defeated fellow finalist George Mladenov (right)

Beaten: She defeated fellow finalist George Mladenov (right) 

Votes: The academic received five votes at tribal council during Sunday's finale, defeating runner-up George Mladenov who received four

Votes: The academic received five votes at tribal council during Sunday's finale, defeating runner-up George Mladenov who received four

Votes: The academic received five votes at tribal council during Sunday’s finale, defeating runner-up George Mladenov who received four

‘I’m proud of being able to come out here and play a really big strategic game. I didn’t want to hide in the shadows,’ she admitted. 

‘I wanted to make big moves from the start and I did that. I think the relationships surprised me most about this game.   

‘I thought I could come in here and deceive people and vote them out and I wouldn’t feel bad about it. 

Sweet: She was surrounded by friends and her boyfriend Jimmy Meegan, who had been flown in for the finale

Sweet: She was surrounded by friends and her boyfriend Jimmy Meegan, who had been flown in for the finale

Sweet: She was surrounded by friends and her boyfriend Jimmy Meegan, who had been flown in for the finale

‘But the truth is, you make really close friendships here and it really is difficult to vote someone out of this game.’

She added: ‘I have wanted to play this game for so long and half a million dollars is gonna change my life. 

‘And just never, ever, ever giving up, I think is the secret to winning.’

Done well: 'I am in complete shock at what's just happened. I am the Sole Survivor. I have learned that I can do way more than I think I can. I survived for 48 days,' she said

Done well: 'I am in complete shock at what's just happened. I am the Sole Survivor. I have learned that I can do way more than I think I can. I survived for 48 days,' she said

Done well: ‘I am in complete shock at what’s just happened. I am the Sole Survivor. I have learned that I can do way more than I think I can. I survived for 48 days,’ she said

Australian Survivor: Brains v Brawn's physical toll is revealed in photos of winner Hayley Leake 

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