Mid-Pacific brothers take on Nickelodeon's 'Paradise Run'

Mid-Pac brothers take on Nickelodeon's Paradise Run
Updated: Jan. 5, 2018 at 11:18 AM HST
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Nickelodeon's popular game show "Paradise Run' is now in it's third season. Each week, three teams of two compete in a number of games vying for a $2000 Grand Prize.

In it's latest season, the stakes have risen as each show includes contestants sliding down an all-new 45 foot volcano-themed water slide, and zipping across the hotel lagoon on a brand-new 700 foot zip-line. Some of the newly created and funny challenges include: Volca-Nose–teams climb up of a 50-foot slimy slide to plug five oozing nostrils of a baby volcano; Sandwich Islands–teams race against time by running across water mats with oversized ingredients to create giant sandwiches and deliver them to hangry guests; and Crazy Bat Shoot–teams use giant sling shots to fling rubber bats at their teammates across the lagoon.

Brothers Noah and Luke Javellana, students at Mid Pacific Institute, participated in the show, which aired on Wednesday.  They have credited their background in surfing, their cooperation and communication as factors in their win, in which they took home the $2000 prize.

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