SAS may make gruelling entry test ‘easier’ for women

Clare Miller on her way to winning the BBC2 series Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week, which involved a series of gruelling tests (Picture: Adrian Rogers/BBC)

The SAS is reportedly considering modifying its gruelling entry tests to increase women’s chances of being able to join.

Britain’s most elite special forces unit could be planning to permit female applicants to carry lighter rucksacks during marches as part of what is considered the toughest selection rocess in the world.

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