'The Amazing Race' spoilers for Season 30's finale -- Which three teams race to win $1 million?!
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/24/2018
The Amazing Race spoilers allegedly give away which teams make it to the end of Season 30 and will be shown competing for the $1 million grand prize.
Spoiler sleuths have revealed the three teams that made it to the final leg of The Amazing Race this season, according to Reality Fan Forum's message board.
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Citing eyewitness accounts and social media posts that were shared online by bystanders throughout The Amazing Race's filming schedule, the sleuths claim Big Brother's Season 19 power "Dating Couple" Cody Nickson and Jessica Graf were one of the three teams who made it to The Amazing Race final leg.
Cody is a 32-year-old from Plano, TX, and Jessica is a 26-year-old from Los Angeles, CA. They found love on Season 19 of Big Brother and have been dating ever since.
The two couples who will be shown competing against them in the finale are "Dating Couple and Yale Debating Teammates" Henry Zhang and Evan Lynyak as well as "Retired Professional Skiers and Friends" Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak.
Henry is the former president of the Yale debate team, and Evan was the top-ranking female debater in the world in 2016. They are both 22 years old and from Los Angeles, CA.
As for Kristi, she's is a 36-year-old from Scottsdale, AZ. Her teammate Jen is a 30-year-old from Park City, UT, and the women have both claimed multiple championship titles in professional skiing.
Spoiler sleuths have also disclosed that Leg 12, the final leg of the season, will feature the teams traveling from Hong Kong, China to San Francisco, CA.
Teams will allegedly have stops at South Beach Harbor, AT&T Park, Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, and San Francisco City Hall in the final leg, according to Reality Fan Forum, and tasks will include making fortune cookies, kayaking, and figuring out how many home runs Willie Mays hit in his career.
CBS had livestreamed the beginning of the Race at Washington Square Park in New York City on October 1.
There has been one non-elimination leg in addition, which showed Cedric Ceballos and Shawn Marion being saved after finishing the third leg in last place.
This season of The Amazing Race will cover a total of 10 countries, 21 cities and over 29,000 miles.
At every destination, each team competes in a series of mental and/or physical challenges known as Roadblocks, Detours and Speed Bumps. When a task is completed, a team can head to their next destination.