SAS Australia’s Shayna Jack in a red mini dress as she at the Doomben Races

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Shayna Jack broke down in tears as she faced a brutal interrogation on Monday’s episode of SAS Australia

But on Tuesday, the banned swimmer was all smiles as she attended the Melbourne Cup festivities at Doomben Racecourse in Queensland. 

The 21-year-old slipped into a red figure-hugging dress with one shoulder that featured a ruffle detail. 

Red hot! Swimmer Shayna Jack, 21, showed off her athletic physique in a tight red gown as she attended Doomben Races  in Queenslandon Tuesday

Red hot! Swimmer Shayna Jack, 21, showed off her athletic physique in a tight red gown as she attended Doomben Races  in Queenslandon Tuesday 

She paired her skin-tight frock with nude strappy heels, adding height to her already statuesque frame.  

For accessories, the blonde completed her look with a blue-and-purple flower crown, a colourful bracelet and gold ring. 

The reality star styled her long locks in soft waves that cascaded down her shoulders.

Legging it! She paired her skin-tight frock with nude strappy heels, adding height to her already statuesque frame

 Legging it! She paired her skin-tight frock with nude strappy heels, adding height to her already statuesque frame

Pushed to her limits: Shayna's glamorous race day look comes after viewers watched her mentally and physically tested on SAS Australia, before quitting on Monday

Pushed to her limits: Shayna’s glamorous race day look comes after viewers watched her mentally and physically tested on SAS Australia, before quitting on Monday

For makeup, she opted for a bold eyeshadow with dramatic winged eyeliner and nude lipstick.  

Shayna’s glamorous race day look comes after viewers watched her mentally and physically tested on SAS Australia, before quitting on Monday.

The swimmer was subjected to a tense interrogation about her four-year ban from swimming, after testing positive for the drug Ligandrol in June last year. 

'I've been an honest athlete': The swimmer broke down in tears as she was subjected to a tense interrogation about her four-year ban from swimming, after testing positive for the drug Ligandrol in June last year

‘I’ve been an honest athlete’: The swimmer broke down in tears as she was subjected to a tense interrogation about her four-year ban from swimming, after testing positive for the drug Ligandrol in June last year 

Shayna broke down in tears as she professed her innocence, telling the interrogators: ‘I’m just… like, my whole life, I’ve been an honest athlete.’

‘Like, the purpose of my swimming was that I could impact somebody else’s life and be a role model to them, because that’s how I fell in love with the sport,’ she lamented.

Shayna revealed the ordeal has been a ‘living nightmare’, but that she wouldn’t let the difficult ordeal break her spirit.

'I'm done': The reality star quit the program after being pushed to her physical limits during a crawling challenge on the beach. I can't do this s**t! I'm done, I'm sorry,' she told chief instructor Ant Middleton before ripping off her armband and leaving the beach

‘I’m done’: The reality star quit the program after being pushed to her physical limits during a crawling challenge on the beach. I can’t do this s**t! I’m done, I’m sorry,’ she told chief instructor Ant Middleton before ripping off her armband and leaving the beach

The reality star quit the program after being pushed to her physical limits during a crawling challenge on the beach.

‘I’m done. I can’t do this s**t! I’m done, I’m sorry,’ she told chief instructor Ant Middleton before ripping off her armband and leaving the beach.

Following her departure from the show, Shayna posted to Instagram praising Channel Seven for ‘putting together such an authentic and real series for the Australian public to witness.’ 

Positive experience: Following her departure from the show, Shayna posted to Instagram praising Channel Seven for 'putting together such an authentic and real series for the Australian public to witness.' Pictured L-R: Shayna, Ali Oetjen and Erin McNaught

Positive experience: Following her departure from the show, Shayna posted to Instagram praising Channel Seven for ‘putting together such an authentic and real series for the Australian public to witness.’ Pictured L-R: Shayna, Ali Oetjen and Erin McNaught 

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