Leo And Jamal
Appearing in Season 23, Season 31, and All-Stars, Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran, known as the Afghanimals, left a lasting impression. Apple_Slipper praises them for their passion to run the race, as well as them being enthusiastic to learn different cultures and break stereotypes. The Afghanimals will forever be remembered for their aggression and resilience. Most teams rarely make progress after they get U-turned but Jamal and Leo not only got U-turned the most times (3) but also survived each time. While their reputation for being comeback kings did not push them to victory, they were able to finish in high positions in each season they appeared in.
Flight Time And Big Easy
PrestigiousCranberry was fond of Herbert Lang, known as Flight Time, and Nathaniel Lofton, known as Big Easy, who appeared in Season 15, Unfinished Business, and All-Stars. They write that they love when teams have fun and are not fighting with each other or local drivers. Indeed, the Globetrotters' best weapon was their ability to get along better than other teams. While conflict tends to add to the drama and entertainment value. Flight Time and Big Easy's ability to remain peaceful endeared them to fans that hate chaos too. The two were never afraid of using their fame to their advantage either.
Dustin And Kandice
The Redditor reminds everyone that Dustin-Leigh Seltzer and Kandice Halpin put forth one of the most dominant runs ever seen by an all-female team twice and were trailblazers in that regard. The duo participated in Season 10 and All-Stars. The Redditor was right about the professional beauty queens being trailblazers since, before them, no other all-female team had dominated the races. Being underrated worked in their favor as they had initially been dismissed by others as weak. Much credit also goes out to them for maintaining their form in 2 different seasons.
Uchenna And Joyce
Uchenna and Joyce as the Season 7 winners were incredible. They state in an interview that beating Ramber and being the only winning team to return makes them a fairly easy call. Uchenna and Joyce were undoubtedly one of the most memorable Amazing Race couples. They can thank the reality competition series for not only changing their lives by adding $1 million to their accounts but also saving their marriage. Before participating in the show, the two were close to divorcing. Additionally, the couple holds the franchise record of not using the Yield but still going on to win the race.
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Becca And Floyd
Survivor Werewolf adores Rebecca Droz, known as Becca, and Floyd Pierce, who competed in Season 29 and Season 31. They describe them as very positive, very competitive, and they barely ever argue and complain. Known as Team Fun, Becca and Floyd impressed viewers by not taking things too seriously. There was a great level of understanding between them too, even during times of misfortune. Even when Floyd became too tired to continue during the Vietnamese leg, they both bowed out with pride and vowed to come back stronger.
Nat And Kat
Nat and Kat as the Season 17 winners were remembered for bossing their race from start to finish. BackAgainBenches described the team of doctors perfectly and said that they worked together better than just about any other team on any race and they ran hard and steady the whole way. As doctors, Nat and Kat were not only intelligent but had also maintained a habit of keeping fit before their show. These two factors would go on to benefit them greatly. And part of the reason they will always be remembered is that they put an end to the male dominance by becoming the first all-female team to win.
BJ And Tyler
The Redditor boldly declares that number one was the Hippies-BJ and Tyler. Brian Jeffrey Averell, known as BJ, and Tyler MacNiven finished first in Season 9 and were considered two of the most deserving Amazing Race winners. Thanks to BJ and Tyler, the importance of being multilingual and knowing foreign cultures became clear. It's what would propel them to victory over Eric and Jeremy. Moreover, Bj and Tyler were trailblazers in many ways. They were the first team to win the race after using both the Fast Forward and Yield as well as the first team to win all 3 final legs.
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