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In Beach It, teams had to travel to Pecém Beach and move a traditional Brazilian sailboat known as a jangada.
This was accomplished by placing logs underneath it to roll the boat into an inlet, in order to receive their next clue.
Excluding the Family Edition of season 8, "Starr" remains the youngest person ever to win The Amazing Race, at age 21.
Nick and Starr are also the first team of siblings to win the competition, with the exception of the winners of the Family Edition.
This had been hinted at in promotional materials aired before the Race began, where CBS revealed that one team made "an unprecedented mistake that ultimately prohibit[ed] them from joining their fellow Racers at the finish line." In a post-race interview, Dallas revealed that the loss of the passport and money was partly caused by the changing of a microphone battery by production. Andrew Lappitt & Daniel "Dan" Honig (of Andrew & Dan) stated in a post-race interview that the second U-Turn was available on Leg 9 but it was not used by any teams, thus it was not aired in the show.
This was the first season in which racers did not use an available U-Turn (a Race feature introduced in the previous season).
This is the second season with a course that circumnavigated the world westward (The Amazing Race 10 was the first and would be followed by later seasons).
This was the first season in which an eliminated team was absent from the Finish Line, where teams normally cheer on the finalists, as Dallas Imbimbo (of Toni & Dallas) had misplaced his passport and the team's money in Russia on the penultimate leg. Embassy in Russia, but it was still too late for Dallas and his mother to join their fellow racers at the Finish Line.
The sequestered teams met up with the decoy teams in the final destination city, to cheer the final three teams at the Finish Line.
(The exception was Toni & Dallas, who were stuck in Russia after their elimination due to the loss of Dallas' passport.) CBS posted short videos on its website after each episode aired in the Pacific Time Zone to show the eliminated teams interacting at the villa.
The first Detour of the Race was a choice between Hard Way Up or Soft Way Down.
This is the only cast after the first All-Stars edition that was not represented in The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business or the second All-Stars edition.
Winner Emily "Starr" Spangler was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader prior to the Race, The following teams participated in the season, each listed along with their placements in each leg and relationships as identified by the program."; if teams gave the correct answer of 53, they could receive their next clue; otherwise, they had to climb the staircase again.