A teenager from South Lanarkshire has become the youngest person to complete the notorious SAS selection test.

17-year-old Lilyella Craw-Seaman carried a 43lb rucksack to the top of the 2,907 ft Pen Y Fan mountain in Wales, before going back down it, turning round and doing it again.

It was part of the 'Fan Dance', a key part of Special Forces selection, which sees challengers take on a 15-mile march, run and climb in the Brecon Beacons. 

Pen y Fan

Lilyella was able to give it a go as one of a number of civilians in a Special Forces experience event. 

Crossing the finish line with her team in four and a half hours, she was also the event's fastest female, and was congratulated by Colin MacLachlan, star of the programme 'SAS: Who Dares Wins'.  

Now she's had her first taster of military challenges, Lilyella says she has her heart set on joining the British Army, and will no doubt have the same commitment and dedication to achieving her dream.

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