The teams, who each have a pre-existing relationship, will include former NFL stars DeAngelo Williams and Gary Barnidge as well as Olympic athletes Kellie Wells-Brinkley and LaVonne Idlette and pro volleyball players Riley McKibbin and Maddison McKibbin.
"Elise and I created The Amazing Race 20 years ago as a way to bring the expansive beauty of the world into audiences' living rooms in an exciting way," The Amazing Race executive producer Bertram van Munster said in a statement.
"This year has been a challenge for everyone, and we hope this season, during which Race will reach the remarkable milestone of one million miles traveled around the world, helps satisfy viewers' wanderlust. We look forward to when we can all travel again!"
The 11 teams will begin the race in the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA, and immediately travel to their first destination, Trinidad and Tobago.
Along the route, teams will travel to France, Germany, Kazakhstan, Brazil and more.
At every destination, each team must compete in a series of challenges, some mental and some physical. When tasks are completed, a team can head to the next destination.
The team to finish legs in last place will gradually be eliminated until there is a winning pair, who will receive the $1 million grand prize.
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CBS initially revealed in April that Season 32 of The Amazing Racewas set to premiere with a two-hour episode on Wednesday, May 20 at 8PM ET/PT on CBS, one week after the finale of Survivor: Winners At War.
In May, the network announced Season 32 of The Amazing Race will air this fall in the Wednesdays 9PM ET/PT time period.
Phil recently told Entertainment Weekly, "First thing I want to say to all Amazing Race fans is thank you for your patience. And I also want to say thank you to the patience of the cast of season 32. People have been waiting way too long for Amazing Race to come on."
Instead of airing Season 32 of The Amazing Race this past summer, CBS chose to air two new reality shows in its usual Wednesday night time period: Game On! from executive producers Ben Winston and James Corden, which debuted in late May, as well as Tough as Nails, which premiered in early July.