In the wake of advancing through 10 nations, 21 urban areas and in excess of 29,000 miles, Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson were delegated the Season 30 champions of "The Amazing Race" Wednesday night on CBS.
Whew, we have stream slack — and we didn't leave the lounge chair.
With $1 million hanging in the balance, the last four groups started the two-hour scene hustling through Hong Kong. From that point it was on to San Francisco in the journey to cross the end goal first.
As the night started, Indy auto drivers Alex Rossi and Conor Daly authoritatively had the lead, in front of Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson (Team Big Brother). Then, Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak (Team Extreme) held down third place and Henry Zhang and Evan Lynyak (Team Yale) raised the back, hampered by a required Speed Bump challenge.
In any case, this opposition can get upside down. When the groups withdrew Hong Kong, Henry and Evan had completed first and Alex and Conor were wiped out! Cody and Jessica took second, trailed by Kristi and Jen.
It's truly cool that "The Amazing Race" topped things off with a Bay Area enhance and just too terrible that San Jose frank lord Joey Chestnut didn't make it this far to have the capacity to contend in his lawn.
Mammoths fans without a doubt got a kick out of the primary test, which saw the groups piloting kayaks through the bone chilling waters of McCovey Cove behind AT&T Park during the evening. There, they were required to discover three skimming balls with the quantity of Willie Mays' profession grand slam add up to (6, 6 and 0).
Other San Francisco challenges required the groups to complete a startling free-fall bungee hop inside a massive harbor of the Bay Bridge and set up together 102 treats at the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory.
From that point, it was on to the USS Hornet, a plane carrying warship that survived 59 assaults amid World War II. Here, the three groups needed to find parts for, and develop, little wooden planes. Cody and Jessica really were the last team to land at the Hornet, however Jessica set up her plane together — after nine fizzles — quicker than Jen and Henry.