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Rachel and Brendon
Season 20 (3rd place); Season 24: All-Stars (3rd place)
Brenchel are still a happy family with their dog Benz. Rachel can be seen regularly as the Bikini Bar waitress on CBS' The Bold and The Beautiful, and she will be making a horror film debut in 2015. Brendon is in his final year of schooling for his Ph.D. and he hopes to work toward early detection of brain disease.
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Natalie and Nadiya
Season 21 (4th place); Season 24: All-Stars (11th place)
There wasn't much lag time before the Twinnies' next TV gig—they made the jump to Survivor: Blood vs. Water just months after appearing on All-Stars. Nadiya was the first castmate voted out, but Natalie made it through the merge. They are still best friends with the ''Dream Team'' of Trey and Lexi and Jaymes.
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Rob and Brennan
Season 1 winners
The original winners—and winners of the first leg ever—are still friends and huge fans of the show. Rob is still an attorney, but now he splits his time doing that and also writing for film and television. Brennan is also still an attorney, but has continued his travel; he has visited more than 20 new countries since the Race, and he used his time on TAR as a way to raise money for charities.
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Uchenna and Joyce
Season 7 winners; Season 11: All-Stars (5th place)
Since the Race, Uchenna and Joyce have divorced, but she says they are ''still great friends.'' They both are contributing to charitable organizations. Joyce is writing a book about all of her experiences, and Uchenna is enjoying a career in TV and digital advertising.
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Christina and Ron
Season 12 runners-up; Season 18: Unfinished Business (7th place)
Since becoming the first parent/child team to reach the final three, daughter Christina married fellow season 12 vet Azaria (who competed with his sister Hendekea); the couple have two children together. Dad Ron is retired and relaxing with his grandchildren.
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Brent and Josh
Season 21 winners
Goat farmers from New York seemed like unlikely winners—but they did just that in season 21. Their biggest news post-Race? They got married on their farm in 2013. They used their winner's loot to pay off their farm as well as help other small farmers. They created the Mortgage Lifter line of pasta sauces using farm-grown heirloom tomatoes and give 25 percent of the profits back to other American small farms. Says Josh, ''We hope to be able to give back many thousands more this year and change other farmers' lives just as The Amazing Race changed ours.''
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Brook and Claire
Season 17 runners-up
The TV hosts came in second place in their season, but let's be honest: They're most memorable for that watermelon incident. Brook is now a host for FOX Sports San Diego, where she busts out the video with pro athletes to give her ''street cred.'' Both women are married, and Claire has two children, who call Brook ''Auntie Bam.'' Claire says she's most often recognized in the produce section of the supermarket: ''I can't tell you how many watermelons I've signed.''
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Jeff and Jordan
Season 16 (7th place)
CBS aficionados will recognize Jeff and Jordan from Big Brother 11, where they met and fell in love. From there they went on to Amazing Race 16 and Big Brother 13. Jeff currently freelances for CBS.com, and Jordan finished cosmetology school. In September 2014, they returned to the Big Brother house, and Jeff proposed to Jordan on national TV. They have plans to marry in the fall of 2015.
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Connor and Dave
Season 22 (8th place); Season 24: All-Stars winners
Since their victory, not too much has changed for the father and son, who are still traveling. They recently went sailing in the Virgin Islands and are planning their Travelocity trip win from season 22 for 2015. Connor has been speaking about his time on the Race, while Dave has been traveling with his wife to Europe. Oh, and he just ordered a brand new Ford Mustang—quite an Amazing perk.
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Cindy and Ernie
Season 19 winners
As of March 2012, Cindy and Ernie can change their ''Engaged'' Race status to ''Husband and Wife.'' They also welcomed son Maverick Zhang Halvorsen in 2014. At their finish line in Atlanta, they vowed to provide sustainable employment opportunities for people in developing markets and have since invested in Thread International, founded by Survivor alumni Ian Rosenberger, and Piece & Co.
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Zev and Justin
Season 15 (9th place); Season 18: Unfinished Business (4th place)
The friends continue to team up: Zev stars in Justin's comedy Welcome to the Jungle, which counts Jean-Claude Van Damme, Adam Brody, Kristen Schaal, and Megan Boone as producers. They also do weekly hour-long shows with friends The Rev Kev and Victoria Brown on TradioV.com called ''Let's Get Digital!'' where the one and only Phil Keoghan has been known to pop in. They continue to watch the Race religiously while waiting by the phone. Laughs Justin, ''Third time's a charm, right?''
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Amy and Jason
Season 23 winners
Though the winners of season 23 were just dating during the Race, they got engaged in August 2014. They have traveled all over the world, including revisiting a few Race locations including Vienna, where Amy took the 500-foot bungee jump off of the Donauturm and completed the Fast Forward they were unable to complete during Leg 6 because of the weather. As for Jason?well, he still hasn't completed the Fast Forward. Nevertheless, the couple is planning their wedding (destination, of course) for April 2015.
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Cheyne and Meghan
Season 15 winners
Meghan and Cheyne are married and living in San Diego. Cheyne is coaching and mentoring young baseball players and Meghan is the creative director of a photography company. They are working on their goal of traveling to 50 countries before they both turn 30. Meghan also has a pitch for The Eye: ''Of course, we are patiently waiting for CBS to call us about an all-winners season.''
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Caroline and Jennifer
Season 22 (4th place); Season 24: All-Stars runners-up
Caroline and Jennifer entered season 22 as the blonde country singers, but a fourth place finish proved them to be tough competitors. They returned in All-Stars, coming even closer to a win but finished as runner-ups. Since finishing the Race, they have been in the studio with the legendary Tony Brown making new music, and Jen has a single out with country artist Eric Paslay called ''She Don't Love You.''