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The Amazing Race is the series with super sonic races.

Team Amazing Race[]

Phil Keoghan[]

Keoghan was recognized in 2012 as one of six "Emerging Leaders" during the Sir Peter Blake Leadership Awards, due to his use of his celebrity status to support efforts such as Christchurch earthquake relief and efforts for multiple sclerosis.[14]

Elise Doganieri[]

The Amazing Race is a reality adventure series follows teams of two (teams of four in season 8) racing around the world for a one million dollar prize. The show hit its 100th episode mark in the fall of 2005 during its ninth season. The show has won the top reality series Emmy for seven years in a row. In 2004, received the Producers Guild Award. The series, which premiered in 2001, is produced by Earthview Inc. the production company that Elise Doganieri runs with her husband Bertram van Munster along with Bruckheimer TV and Touchstone TV.

Alex Boylan[]

Alex Boylan teamed up with his lifelong friend Chris Luca to participate in The Amazing Race 2. They won two legs of the race, but escaped elimination when they ended up last in leg 6 in Thailand as it was a non-elimination leg. The show gave some prominence to Alex's friendship with a contestant from another team, Tara. Chris & Alex eventually won the race, narrowly beating Tara & Wil into second place in San Francisco with the closest finish in the history of the show.

Blake Mycoskie[]

Mycoskie, who lives in Los Angeles, met his wife, Heather Lang, when the two worked together at Toms.[29] Lang runs Toms Loves Animals, a program launching in May 2014 in conjunction with Toms. His sister, Paige, is the co-founder and designer of Aviator Nation, a surf lifestyle brand inspired by vintage sportswear; his brother, Tyler, works in marketing at Toms.[30] Mycoskie is an avid golfer and fly fisher.[31]

Alison Irwin[]

In 2004 she participated in The Amazing Race 5 with then boyfriend Donny. After placing first in the opening leg, Alison and Donny dropped to last place in the second leg, and were eliminated.

Sarah Reinertsen[]

In 2006, Reinertsen competed with her then-boyfriend, Ironman and prosthetist Peter Harsch,[20] on The Amazing Race 10. They finished the race in 7th place.

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