The Amazing Race 20 Cast: Big Brothers, Clowns and More!

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The Amazing Race turns 20 on February 19 and will celebrate the milestone with a cast that includes two former Big Brother contestants; married professional clowns; two border patrol agents and more.

The 11 teams will visit 22 cities and total over 40,000 miles on trips that take them through such locales as Paraguay, Azerbaijan and the German castle that inspired the one featured in Sleeping Beauty.

The Cast of The Amazing Race

In no particular order, let's take a look at the 11 tandems set to compete for $1 million:

Dave Brown Jr. and Rachel Brown
Current occupations: U.S. Army Officer and Project Manager       
Connection: Married

William “Bopper” Minton and Mark Jackson
Current occupations: Motorcycle Mechanic and Former State Inspector
Connection: Best Friends

Nary Ebeid and Jamie Graetz
Current occupations: Federal Agents
Connections: Friends

Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly
Current occupations: PhD Student and Event Hostess (Big Brother 13 winner)
Connection: Engaged

Joey “Fitness” Lasalla and Danny Horal
Current occupations: Trainer/Supplement Company Owner and Nightclub Promoter
Connection: Friends

Misa Tanaka and Maiya Tanaka
Current occupations: Car Buyer and Professional Golfer
Connection: Sisters

Dave Gregg and Cherie Gregg
Current occupations: "Ambassador of Laughters"
Connection: Married Clowns

Elliot Weber and Andrew Weber
Current occupation: Musician and Professional Soccer Player
Connection: Twins

Kerri Paul and Stacy Bowers
Current occupations: Program Coordinator and Self Employed/"Basketball Wife"
Connection: Cousins

Vanessa Macias and Ralph Kelley
Current occupations: Freelance Writer and Bar Owner 
Connection: Dating

Art Velez and J.J. Carrell
Current occupations: Border Patrol Agents
Connection: Friends

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I have sent a half dozen street cdeihrln to school at ages 10 - 12. I would not describe these cdeihrln as more than normally intelligent but they generally performed as well as their peers within a few months. They usually completed the primary school curriculum (6 years) in two or three years. Most of these kids started in primary 3 at age ten/eleven and were promoted to primary 5 or 6 at the end of their first year.

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really brendan and rachel ugh....

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