Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Siblings tend to win Amazing Race...Yay! Tammy and Victor

It's has come to another end of a season of The Amazing Race. Season 14 is seriously a season worth watching. With fantastic and competitive teams pushing to the limits, it's really nerve racking when it comes to an end of another leg. I was very happy to see Tammy and Victor finished first at the finish line and captured the one million dollar prize.
Tammy and Victor (siblings and lawyers), which is my favorite team on this season. Throughout the race, you can see them pushing themselves to the limits and let nothing stop them. I can't really remember how many legs they actually won but it's more than the other teams. I'm really amazed with the relationship that they have although there's still fights and arguments at the beginning few legs but thank God, it became better which did not affect their position in the race.

Tammy and Victor

Now, Jamie and Cara (Former NFL Cheerleaders). They came in second at the finish line. I like them coz they're cute although they may be demanding at times with their cab driver. hahahaha. They're not so competitive compared to the rest.

Jamie and Cara

Margie and Luke (Mother and son), this mother and son team really impress me a lot even though they're not my favorite team. This is because Luke is the first dumb and deaf contestant that has ever compete on the Amazing Race. The thing that impresses many is his perseverance and his mother. Margie is really a strong and dedicated single mother. Having raised a child that's dumb and deaf is not easy but requires the will power to overcome all the obstacles in life. They came in third at the finish line coz he struggled at the final road block but he really have a fantastic memory but Victor has the best.
Margie and Luke

I'm still looking to another season of The Amazing Race and can't wait to watch another team of siblings win the race again and hopefully create a new record whereby in few consecutive times siblings wins The Amazing Race.

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