Top 28 Amazing Race Teams After 28 Seasons

Through twenty-nine seasons of the Amazing Race, we’ve seen some great teams. Some went out early, some made it all the way to the end, and a few even pulled out the win. Whether you love them or hate them you can’t deny that they’re good racers. These are the twenty-nine best Amazing Race USA teams from the first twenty-nine seasons.

28. Kelsey and Joey – Season 27 (1st)

27. Leo & Jamal – Season 23 (4th), Season 24 (4th)

26. Jet & Cord – Season 16 (2nd), Season 18 (6th), Season 24 (5th)

25. Tyler & Korey – Season 28 (3rd)

24. BJ & Tyler – Season 9 (1st)

23. Chip & Kim – Season 5 (1st)

22. Rob & Brennan – Season 1 (1st)

21. Ernie & Cyndi – Season 19 (1st)

20. Tara & Wil – Season 2 (2nd)

19. Tim & Marie – Season 23 (2nd)

18. Flo & Zach – Season 3 (1st)

17. Jason & Amy – Season 23 (1st)

16. Tyler & James – Season 10 (1st)

15. Rob & Amber – Season 7 (2nd), Season 11 (8th)

14. Colin & Christie – Season 5 (2nd)

13. Bates & Anthony – Season 22 (1st)

12. Andy & Tommy – Season 19 (4th)

11. Kris & Jon – Season 6 (2nd)

10. Eric & Jeremy – Season 9 (2nd)

9. Justin & Diana – Season 27 (2nd)

8. Brook & Claire – Season 17 (2nd)

7. Uchenna & Joyce – Season 7 (1st), Season 11 (5th)

6. Nat & Kat – Season 17 (1st)

5. Tammy & Victor – Season 14 (1st)

4. Dave & Connor – Season 22 (8th), Season 24 (1st)

3. Nick & Starr – Season 12 (1st)

2. Meghan & Cheyne – Season 15 (1st)

1. Rachel & Dave – Season 20 (1st)

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2 thoughts on “Top 28 Amazing Race Teams After 28 Seasons

  1. Much more representation from the early seasons (TAR 1-11) aka the golden era is needed…where’s Ken & Gerard, Jon & Ali, Charla & Mirna, etc.? These were the pioneers that helped grow the show and made it into a success. They deserve the recognition.

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    1. Ken & Gerard just missed out. I have them at number 30. Charla & Mirna and Jon & Al did not make my top 40 despite both being very good and important teams to the race’s history. Rankings are not only about how entertaining or memorable a team is but how well they actually did on the race (i.e. # of first place finishes, overall finish, average finish, etc.). 🙂

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