They immediately targeted Black due to his physical strength and he was voted out.
But Van den Berghe had received another vote at tribal council, a vote he believed had come from Goldsmith, but which actually came from Cooper.
Shortly after winning Survivor Africa, Ethan was hired by ESPN to serve as a sideline reporter for the US National Team's matches in the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
In 2005, Zohn began to co-host the Metro Soccer Report (later renamed MSG Soccer Report) on the MSG Network, a weekly show dedicated to New York Red Bulls (formerly Metro Stars) of Major League Soccer.
At the Final Three immunity challenge, older tribe member Johnson outlasted the two young, fit men to win immunity in an endurance challenge.
With Johnson holding the power to choose who she would sit next to in the Final Two, she chose Zohn, believing that she could not win against either man, while thinking that Zohn deserved the money more than Van den Berghe did.
Zohn's alliance soon began to control the game, with other members Johnson and Goldsmith.
In April 2009, Ethan was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which was treated with chemotherapy.