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Season 23's fourth-place finishers polarized some other teams but gradually grew on viewers. Self-dubbed ''The Afghanimals,'' these friendly cousins live to entertain a crowd
The newlyweds ended season 20 in third place after Rachel the 13th winner of CBS' Big Brother refused to shave her head.
The friends and country singers (members of the band Stealing Angels) flew relatively under the radar to a fourth-place finish in season 22 so they may not be considered a threat.
Dubbed ''The Cowboys'' in season 16 (they finished second) and season 18 (they finished sixth), the Oklahoma brothers are the only team to survive a non-elimination, complete a speed bump, and place first in a leg following a last place finish
David's ruptured Achilles tendon and torn calf muscle sidelined the father-son pair, both of whom have survived cancer, in season 22. They finished eighth.
The friends and Harlem Globetrotters finished fourth in season 15 and second in season 18 when Big Easy memorably had trouble unscrambling five letters to spell 'Franz'. This time, the calm-under-pressure teammates are going for gold.
The Minnesota couple, now engaged, finished ninth in season 22 the only team with an Express Pass to ever be eliminated.
Luke has been deaf since birth, so the mother-son team can strategize in secret through sign language. Host Phil Keoghan memorably signed to indicate their first-place finish in season 14's Switzerland leg. They ended up in third place on that first run, then placed eighth in season 18
The twins from Edgewater, New Jersey finished fourth in season 21 and have become Crossfit devotees since then. They still both think the other one screams too much. But at least they're passionate about the job!
The best friends and YouTube hosts finished fifth in season 22. Having teamed up with Mona and Beth that season, they plan to ''avoid alliances like the PLAGUE!'' this time around, promises Meghan.
The unemployed Kentucky friends finished fifth in season 20. They're racing again to earn money for Bopper's sick daughter and raise awareness about Clay County, the third-poorest county in the U.S.
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