The Amazing Race 11

The Amazing Race 11

Infobox Television Amazing Race
show_name = The Amazing Race: All-Stars
caption = The Amazing Race logo

first_aired = 2007-02-18
last_aired = 2007-05-06
filming_started = 2006-11-20
filming_ended = 2006-12-17 [ The 'Race' is on, all-star style] . Retrieved on January 16, 2007.]
num_episodes = 12/13 [When first shown in the United States, Legs 7 and 8 were shown as a double length episode. In other countries, these legs were aired separately.]
countries_visited = 9
continents_visited = 5
cities_visited = 30
winning_team = Eric & Danielle
miles_traveled = 45000
number_legs = 13
previous_season = The Amazing Race 10
next_season = The Amazing Race 12

"The Amazing Race 11" (titled "The Amazing Race: All-Stars") was the eleventh installment of the popular six-time Emmy Award winner reality television show, "The Amazing Race". "The Amazing Race 11" featured eleven teams of two, with a pre-existing relationship, in a race around the world.

The season premiered on February 18, 2007 at 8:00 p.m. EST, 7:00 CST for one hour, and the season finale was on May 6, 2007. [ [ CBS announces 'The Amazing Race: All-Stars,' 'Survivor: Fiji' finales] . Retrieved on April 4, 2007.]


Development and filming

As early as 2004, there had been talk about an all-star edition, with speculation that it would occur during the eighth season, just like "Survivor". These rumors were fueled by reports that Season 4 winner Reichen Lehmkuhl had been invited to appear in a future all-star Race.cite web|url=|title=Reichen: all-star Amazing Race discussed.|publisher=Reality Blurred|date=2004-10-14|accessdate=2007-12-25] Speculation continued for the next few years, particularly after CBS aired all-star editions of their two other reality competition series "" and "Big Brother".cite web|url=|title=The Amazing Race: All-Stars Confirmed|publisher=IGN|publishdate=2006-11-22|accessdate=2007-12-25] On September 28, 2006 CBS ordered an eleventh season of "The Amazing Race"cite web|url=|title='Race' facing 11th run|publisher=Variety|accessdate=2006-09-28] ; in November 2006, the network officially acknowledged that an all-star edition was in production.cite web|url=|title=Faves to rerun 'Race'|publisher=Variety|publishdate=2006-11-21|accessdate=2007-12-25] Host Phil Keoghan was originally skeptical that an all-star edition was feasible. Over time, Keoghan felt that "as we got more and more really good teams, it (All-Stars) just seemed like it had to happen."cite web|url={C973A394-F544-48F1-B11D-1175734BB47C} |title=Ready, Set...It's The Amazing Race: All-Stars review|author=Angel Cohn|publisher=TV Guide|publishdate=2007-02-16]

Challenge producer Alan Bishop was hired to design new tasks and challenges for this season. Bishop was responsible for challenges in past installments of "Survivor" (', ', "").cite web|url=|title=This one's for immunity! |publisher=National Post|publishdate=2006-04-06|accessdate=2006-04-06]

Shortly after filming of the Race completed, approximately late December 2006, a detailed boot-list spoiler surfaced and quickly circulated among several Internet discussion boards.cite web|url=|title="Boot list spoils 'Race' results?" |accessdate=May 14|accessyear=2007] The list showed a completely accurate elimination order, including the exact order of finish for the final three teams.


This season's 11 teams were selected from past contestants, representing seven of the series' first ten editions.cite web|url=|title='The Amazing Race' producer Bertram van Munster talks 'All-Stars'|publisher=Reality TV World|publishdate=2006-02-14|accessdate=2007-12-25] Keoghan personally submitted a list of 15 teams that he thought should return. Ten of them were chosen. The one he didn't choose was Eric & Danielle, who did not previously race together. Keoghan said, "I didn't think of that new combination, which actually is a really good one." [cite news|title='The Amazing Race' host Phil Keoghan dishes about 'All-Stars'|publisher=Realitytvworld|url=|date=2006-02-16|accessdate=2007-02-18] He also added that the production team's goal for the race "wasn't to pick the best racers", but "to pick the teams that have earned the most attention over the last 10 seasons". Some former racers were angered by their omission from "All-Stars", most notably Chip and Kim (Season 5) and BJ and Tyler (Season 9) who publicly criticized CBS' casting process.cite web|url=|title=Former 'The Amazing Race' winners whine about 'All-Stars' exclusion|author=Steve Rogers|publisher=Reality TV World|publishdate=2007-10-24|accessdate=2007-12-25] Colin and Christie (Season 5) were expected to be in "All-Stars" but could not participate due to Christie's pregnancy.cite web|url=|title=Amazing Race: All-Stars Interview: Charla & Mirna|author=Eric Goldman|publisher=TV Guide|publishdate=2007-05-10|accessdate=2007-12-25]


This season introduced the "Elimination Station" feature on the official website. A series of 13 web episodes presented the eliminated contestants living together in a common house in their sequester location in Acapulco, Mexico. The series was viewable only in the United States and was available on the Innertube video streaming service on the CBS website, with a new episode debuting immediately following the airing of each new "Amazing Race" episode in the Pacific time zone. [cite web|url=|title="I'M SORRY TO TELL YOU?YOU'VE BOTH BEEN ELIMINATED FROM THE RACE"? NOW WHAT?|publisher|The Futon Critic|publishdate=2007-02-15]


The following teams participated in the Race, with their relationships at the time of filming. Note that this table is not necessarily reflective of all content broadcasted on television due to inclusion or exclusion of some data. Placements are listed in finishing order:fnb|1Dustin & Kandice arrived 4th, but they had missed the clue to the Detour, having simply arrived by chance at one of the options. As a result, they were forced to backtrack and retrieve the clue before they were allowed to check in. Ultimately, though, their mistake did not affect their placing.
fnb|2Uchenna & Joyce arrived 3rd, but were assessed a 30 minute penalty for being "marked for elimination" and not arriving 1st. Ultimately, though, the penalty did not affect their placing.
fnb|3Joe & Bill initially arrived 5th, but were assessed a 30 minute penalty for being "marked for elimination" and not arriving 1st. During this time, Eric & Danielle (the only team trailing Joe & Bill at that point) were able to check in ahead of them, and thus Joe & Bill were eliminated.
fnb|4The Roadblock count does not include the results of any unaired Roadblocks.
fnb|5Joyce confirmed in a post-race interview that she had done the newspaper recycling Roadblock prior to being eliminated [ Reality TV World Interview with Uchenna and Joyce] ] . Her unaired performance is not included in this tally, however.
fnb|6Eric & Danielle arrived 2nd, and were assessed a 30 minute penalty for being "marked for elimination" and not arriving 1st. Only Charla & Mirna checked in (approximately 14 minutes) before their penalty ended, thus falling to 3rd. Oswald & Danny still checked in last and were "marked for elimination".

*Red means the team was eliminated.
*An underlined Blue means the team was the last to arrive at a pit stop in a non-elimination leg of the race and was thus "marked for elimination", meaning that if that team did not place first on the next leg, they would receive a 30 minute penalty.
*Green ƒ means the team won the Fast Forward clue.
*Matching colors and symbols (+, ^ and ~) indicate teams who worked together during part of the leg as a result of the Intersection route marker.
*A yellow > means that team chose to use the Yield; < indicates the team who received it.

Episode title quotes

Episode titles are often taken from quotes made by the racers.

# I Told You Less Martinis And More Cardio – "Oswald"
# Beauty Is Sometimes Skin Deep – "Charla"
# I'm Sorry I'm Wearing A Bathing Suit; It Is Very Weird, I Know – "Mirna"
# No Babies On The Race! – "A letter from Jeremy and Dani to Eric and Danielle, read aloud by Eric"
# You Need To Watch Your Jokes, Guy – "Joe"
# We're Going To Trade You For Food Now – "Oswald"
# If I Were In Town, I'd Ask For Your Number – "Oswald"
# The Way You Look, Yeah – "A local in Kuala Lumpur to Kandice
# We Are Trying To Make Love, Not War – "Mirna"
# Good Doing Business With You – "Dustin"
# Oh My God, The Teletubbies Go To War – "Oswald"
# Low to the Ground, That's My Technique – "Charla"


Unless otherwise noted, prizes were awarded to the first team to check in for each leg.
*Leg 1 - A trip to the Four Seasons Resort, Whistler Lodge in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 2 - An off-road motorcycle for each member.
*Leg 3 - A home gym for each member.
*Leg 4 - A trip to the Royal Lahaina Resort in Maui provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 5 - A trip to Aruba provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 6 - A convert|12|ft|m|0|sing=on catamaran for each team member.
*Leg 7 - A trip to Puerto Rico provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 8 - A trip to St. Lucia provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 9 - A retro-scooter for each team member.
*Leg 10 - A trip to Hong Kong during Chinese New Year provided by Travelocity.
*Leg 11 - A Yamaha Waverunner for each member.
*Leg 12 - An all-terrain vehicle for each member.
*Leg 13 - $1,000,000

Elimination Station

The first five teams eliminated were sequestered at a villa in Acapulco, Mexico to await the finale. Subsequent eliminated teams telephoned the villa to inform the teams at the villa of their elimination, but continued to run the race as decoys to throw off spoilers to the final outcome of the race.

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.
*After Leg 1, John Vito & Jill were eliminated, being sent to the villa first. While there, they were guessing who would be eliminated next. They thought it would either be Charla & Mirna or Kevin & Drew.
*After Leg 2, Kevin & Drew came to the villa next. While there, Kevin, Drew, and John Vito were arguing over what a stoop was. Later, they guessed Charla & Mirna would be eliminated next.
*After Leg 3, David & Mary became the third team to arrive at the villa. David recounted how he was misdirected by several Chilean locals over breakfast. Later, Jill shows David & Mary the master suite they saved for the first married couple. Later, Drew guessed Teri & Ian might be eliminated next.
*After Leg 4, Rob & Amber became the fourth team to arrive at the villa. Rob and Amber were welcomed very nicely. John Vito and Jill even said they were a strong team. Later, they guessed that the next elimination would be Eric & Danielle.
*Leg 5 was a non-elimination leg. The four eliminated teams sat around waiting for another team, only to hear John Vito and Kevin figure out that it must be a non-elimination leg. They spent time on a beach overlook, and back at the villa, Rob dragged Mary into the pool.
*After Leg 6, Teri & Ian became the fifth team to arrive at the villa, where Drew put on a displeased face for the camera. A disgruntled Ian revealed that he believes Oswald & Danny are ruthless racers with no character, saying that when he worked with them in Ushuaia to book flights, they deliberately booked him a different flight and did not confirm it. He said that the same thing happened when Eric & Danielle worked with Oswald and Danny. He also predicted that either Dustin & Kandice or Uchenna & Joyce would win.
*Leg 7 was a non-elimination leg. John Vito and Jill ponder about this non-elimination round. Ian expresses how he and Teri bonded with Joe & Bill and Eric & Danielle as a result of their spending consecutive days together in airports. Amber does tattoos for entertainment.
*After Leg 8, the five eliminated teams get a call from the sixth eliminated team Joe & Bill. The eliminated teams are sad to hear that Joe & Bill were eliminated from the race. Mary asks Joe & Bill who they think should win. Bill says that he would love to see Uchenna & Joyce or Charla & Mirna win. The guests talk about the call the next morning. In a confessional, Kevin and Drew said that since they were so close to the finish line, they would see Joe & Bill where the Race finishes. [cite web|url=|title=INTERVIEW: Joe Baldassare and Bill Bartek dish on 'All-Stars' adventure|accessdate=April 2|accessyear=2007]
*After Leg 9, Uchenna & Joyce called the villa and told the eliminated teams about their flight problem that led to their elimination. The teams at the villa expressed disappointment at Uchenna & Joyce's elimination, and Amber tells them they would meet up at the finish line. Prior to the call, Drew questions why Dustin & Kandice need to participate in the Race when they had already won beauty pageants. Amber takes exception to this, having won "" prior to her original season of "The Amazing Race".
*Leg 10 was a non-elimination leg. The eliminated teams waited for another team, only to discover that the leg was non-elimination. Amber taught Mary how to swim. Mary overcome the fear of not being able to swim for a long time.
*Leg 11 was a non-elimination leg. The eliminated teams await a phone call from the next eliminated team, but give up after several days without a phone call. John Vito came up with the idea of throwing an awards party to commemorate the end of their stay at the villa. Each racer drew another racer's name and presented him or her with funny and sometimes touching gifts.
*After Leg 12, the five teams at the villa depart for the unspecified end city in order to cheer the remaining teams as they run to the finish line. At the end city, they reunite with Joe & Bill, Uchenna & Joyce, and newly eliminated Oswald and Danny. Oswald and Danny say they would like to see Charla & Mirna win the race, while some of the other teams reiterate who they would like to see win.
*Leg 13 was the final leg of the "The Amazing Race: All-Stars". Some of the eliminated teams share their opinions on the winners and the runners-up. The final three admit to their final joys and disappointments.

Race summary

Leg 1 (United States → Ecuador)

*Miami, Florida, USA flagicon|United States (Charles Deering Historic Estate) (Starting Line)
*Quito (Plaza de San Francisco)
*Quito ( [ Pim's Restaurant] )
*Quito (Cotopaxi National Park &ndash; [ Hacienda Yanahurco] ) TAR clue|Detour|Wrangle It or Recover It
*Quito (Cotopaxi National Park &ndash; Mirador Cotopaxi) TAR clue|Pit Stop|1

In the first Detour of the race, teams had to chose between Wrangle It and Recover It. In Wrangle It, teams had to help local cowboys lasso, tie down, and groom one wild horse whose hooves grow so long that they prevent them from walking properly. Team members had to use traditional tools to clip its hooves to a safe length and to trim its mane and tail. In Recover It, one team member had to put on an historical military uniform. Then, the team must search the field for three items missing from the uniform: an epaulette, a button and a sword.

Leg 2 (Ecuador → Chile)

*Santiago (Codelco Corporate Headquarters) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who has an eye for detail?"
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*Calama (Chuquicamata) TAR clue|Detour|By Hand or By Machine
*San Pedro de Atacama (Valle de la Muerte or Valley of the Dead) TAR clue|Pit Stop|2

The Roadblock for this leg was to enter the ground floor boardroom and search the boardroom for letters of the alphabet that were on display. Teams needed to figure out that the majority of the letters when unscrambled would spell out one of the ten destinations inscribed on the plaques hanging on the wall. When they think they solved the puzzle, they had to show their answer to the security guard who would hand them their next clue if they were correct. The Detour was By Hand or By Machine. In By Hand, teams had to choose a two-ton tire and, by properly aligning the bolts and washers, finish securing it to a dump truck. In By Machine, each team member had to take a turn driving a huge front loader to transfer enough gravel to cover a marked yellow line on a stick.

Leg 3 (Chile)

*San Pedro de Atacama (Iglesia de San Pedro de Atacama)
*Puerto Montt (Metri, Centro Acuicultura y Ciencias del Mar, Universidad de Los Lagos) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who can handle a slippery situation?"
*Petrohué es icon (La Maquina) TAR clue|Detour|Vertical Limit or River Wild
*Petrohué (Playa Petrohué) TAR clue|Pit Stop|2

For the Roadblock on this leg of the race, one team member had to choose an 1800-gallon fish-breeding tank, jump in, and catch and transfer all 80 flounder from the breeding tank to a holding tank at the other end of the farm. Once finished, their clue would be revealed at the bottom of the tank. The Detour was a choice between Vertical Limit or River Wild. In Vertical Limit, teams had to walk convert|200|yd|m|-2 to a cliff where both team members needed to complete a convert|40|ft|m|0|sing=on rock climb. Each team member would grab one half of their clue at the top of the climb. In River Wild, teams had to backtrack two miles (3 km) to the banks of Rio Petrohué where they would complete a two and a half mile white water rafting course through level 3 and 4 rapids.

Leg 4 (Chile → Argentina)

*Punta Arenas (Lord Lonsdale's Shipwreck) TAR clue|Detour|Navigate It or Sign It
*Ushuaia (Playa Larga)
*Ushuaia (Isla Redonda Post Office) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's good at sorting things out?"
*Ushuaia (Mastil de General Belgrano, Isla Redonda) TAR clue|Pit Stop|4

Teams chose between Navigate It and Sign It for this leg's Detour. In Navigate It, teams had to use a map of Punta Arenas to get to the town plaza where a sailor would hand them a compass. Then, using the compass, the teams needed to walk directly south to find the Nautilus Building, a deep-sea salvage business. In Sign It, teams had to choose a pole and building supplies and carry them up a flight of stairs to Magellan's Map. Using the map as a reference, teams needed to figure out his journey around the world began and ended in Seville. Then, they had to build a traditional local signpost listing in order the fourteen ports of call in his voyage. While the signs didn't have to point in the right direction, all the cities had to be spelled correctly. The Roadblock on this leg was to sort through 1,600 pieces of mail and find one of two messages addressed to their team, written by one of the other teams from their season. The team member then had to read the message inside it to their partner, after which they received their next clue.

Leg 5 (Argentina → Mozambique)

*Ushuaia (Martial Glacier)
*Maputo ( [ Apopo] Training Field) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who smells a rat?"
*Maputo (Praça dos Trabalhadores) TAR clue|Detour|Pamper or Porter
*Maputo (Fortaleza de Maputo pt icon) TAR clue|Pit Stop|5

For the Roadblock, one team member had to use a rat to find a race marker above a deactivated mine. Once their rat gave the signal that it found something, an Apopo Mine Technician would search the area. When the Race marker was found, the team would receive their next clue. This leg's Detour was Pamper or Porter. In Pamper, teams had to travel half a mile to the Maputo Central Market, choose a nail polish kit, and convince people to pay them to paint their nails, which in Maputo is a job usually performed by men. Teams needed to earn at least 30 meticals, which is about one U.S. dollar, to receive their next clue. In Porter, teams made their way two miles to Market de Janet where they would use their bare hands to fill 10 large 45-pound bags with coal and sew each of them shut. Then, teams had to carry one of the ten heavy bags to a specified address where the owner would hand them their next clue.

;Additional task
*At the Martial Glacier, Teams have to use an avalanche beacon to search the glacier for another beacon buried in the snow.

Leg 6 (Mozambique → Tanzania)

*Dar es Salaam (Ferry Terminal; teams had to travel by dhow to the island of Zanzibar flagicon|Zanzibar)
*Zanzibar Town (Harbor) TAR clue|Detour|Solve It or Schlep It
*Kikungwi (Maasai Village) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's on target?"
*Zanzibar Town ( [ Ngome Kongwe] ) TAR clue|Pit Stop|6

The Detour for this leg was [ Solve It] or Schlep It. In Solve It, teams had to make their way one third of a mile to the Beyt al Chai hotel where they would put together a 62-piece puzzle that recreates an image from a style of local artwork known as Tinga Tinga. In Schlep It, teams made their way one mile to the Kijangwani Lumber Yard. Once there, they had to choose a local handcart and load two 50-pound logs into their cart. Once loaded, teams had to travel more than a mile to deliver the logs to a shipyard. This leg's Roadblock had one team member learn how to use a traditional wooden weapon called a rungu used by members of the Maasai people by throwing it convert|65|ft|m|0 to destroy clay targets in order to retrieve their next clue from inside.

Leg 7 (Tanzania → Poland)

*Warsaw (Czapski Palace) TAR clue|Detour|Perfect Angle or Perfect Pitch
*Warsaw (Łazienki Park &ndash; Statue of King Jan III Sobieski) TAR clue|Roadblock|Unaired ("Unaired")
*Warsaw (Łazienki Palace) TAR clue|Pit Stop|7

The Detour was Perfect Pitch or Perfect Angle. In Perfect Pitch, teams had to make their way three-quarters of a mile to the Prymas Palace and choose a grand piano. Then, they needed to use the provided tools to tune one key of the keyboard. Once the concert pianist played a piece of Chopin's music and determined that their piano was in tune, he would hand them their next clue. In Perfect Angle, teams made their way approximately half a mile to the Escada Boutique to pick up a mannequin and carry it another convert|400|yd|m|-2 to the Panoramik Laboratory. Once there, teams had to use an x-ray machine to locate a clue embedded somewhere inside their mannequin which needed to be positioned at a very specific angle for the image to capture the name of their next destination and commemorate Marie Curie. The unaired Roadblock required teams to row a boat out onto the reflecting pool in front of the palace. The objective is unknown.

Leg 8 (Poland)

*Brzezinka (Auschwitz-Birkenau)
*Kraków (Juliusz Słowacki Theatre) TAR clue|Intersection TAR clue|Detour|Eat It Up or Roll It Out TAR clue|Fast Forward|Calculate the number of steps taken (Town Hall and St. Mary's Basilica)
*Skała (Pieskowa Skała) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's a knight in shining armor?" TAR clue|Pit Stop|8

At the Intersection, teams had to join with one other team to complete tasks and make decisions together until further notice, including completing the Fast Forward. The Fast Forward was to have each team climb a set of stairs up two different towers (the tower of St. Mary's Basilica and the tower of Town Hall) and count how many stairs there were. They then had to add up the result and tell it to a guard, who would give them a clue directing them to the Pit Stop. The Detour for this leg of the race was Eat It Up or Roll It Out. In Eat It Up, the intersected teams would make their way one and a half miles to an old market. Once there, each team member had to use traditional methods to make one three-inch length of Polish Kielbasa sausage. After finishing, the teams would be served eight feet of cooked Kielbasa. Once each person ate two feet of sausage, the teams would receive their next clue. In Roll It Out, the intersected teams would make their way one and a half miles to the J. Mazurek bakery and properly roll out twenty bagels. When finished, they would make their way on foot one quarter of a mile to a nearby restaurant with a delivery of fresh bagels for the headwaiter. In the Roadblock, one team member had to don a full suit of authentic medieval armor and lead a horse half a mile through the forest to the castle gates. Once at the castle, they had to deliver the horse to the stable boy, enter the courtyard, and search for the Pit Stop.

;Additional task
*At the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Teams lit a memorial candle on a railroad tracks, they reflect to honor those lives killed during the Holocaust.

Leg 9 (Poland → Malaysia)

*Kuala Lumpur (Batu Caves)
*Kuala Lumpur (Kampung Baru &ndash; Kampung Baru Mosque) TAR clue|Yield|Dustin & Kandice yielded Eric & Danielle TAR clue|Detour|Artistic Expression or Cookie Confection
*Kuala Lumpur (Taman Sri Hartamas Neighborhood &ndash; Newspaper Truck) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's ready for a part time job?"
*Kuala Lumpur (Carcosa Seri Negara) TAR clue|Pit Stop|9

At the elevated walkway near the Kampung Baru mosque was the first of two Yields in the race. The Detour for this leg of the race was a choice between Artistic Expression or Cookie Confection. In Artistic Expression, teams needed to travel one third of a mile on foot to Dewan Lama. Once there, they had to use an ancient technique known as batik to exactly duplicate one of three patterns onto and then dye a convert|45|sqft|m2|0|sing=on piece of cloth. In Cookie Confection, teams made their way on foot half a mile to Chow Kit Bomba and had to search through 600 boxes of traditional Malaysian festive cookies, by biting into them, and find the one cookie that had a black licorice center. The Roadblock on this leg of the race was a nod to Malaysia's eco-friendly practice of recycling. Team members had to choose a bicycle with a side cart attached and then scour the neighborhood Taman Sri Hartamas for residents willing to give them their used newspapers. Once they had collected enough newspapers to make a stack eight hands (approximately six ft) high, they would receive their next clue

Leg 10 (Malaysia → People's Republic of China)

*Kowloon (Tsim Sha Tsui &ndash; Sun Wah Kiu Laundry, Hankow Road) TAR clue|Detour|Kung Fu Fighting or Lost in Translation TAR clue|Fast Forward|Participate in high-speed stunt sequence (Kai Tak Airport)
*Hong Kong Island (Kennedy Town &ndash; ex-Kennedy Town Police Quarter) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's ready to break down barriers?"
*Hong Kong Island (Causeway Bay &ndash; Victoria Park)
*Hong Kong Island (Hong Kong Jockey Club &ndash; Happy Valley Racecourse) TAR clue|Pit Stop|10

In the second of only two Fast Forwards on the race, teams had to travel five miles (8 km) to a film set located at the former Kai Tak Airport where a high-speed stunt was being filmed for an action movie. When they arrived, they had to get in a car with a professional stunt driver and complete a stunt course, involving sharp turns and the car flipping over. This leg's detour was Kung Fu Fighting or Lost in Translation. In Kung Fu Fighting, teams had to travel five miles (8 km) to Tonkin Street and find a nearby building (The location was the Former Cheung Sha Wan Police Quarters, but this information was not mentioned). Once there, they had to climb up an 11-story bamboo scaffold while avoiding an ongoing battle between stunt kung fu experts to reach the top and retrieve their next clue. In Lost in Translation, teams needed to make their way four miles to Kowloon City and find Nga Tsin Wai Road. Once there, they had to search among hundreds of similar-looking Chinese signs for the specific sign shown in a photo in their clue. When they matched the photo with the correct store sign, the owner would hand them their next clue. In the Roadblock for this leg, one teammate had to kick down doors, and search the rooms behind the doors for their clue.

;Additional task
*At the Victoria Park, Teams had to pull a model boat carrying a Travelocity gnome from one end of a pond to the other without having the gnome fall into the water.

Leg 11 (People's Republic of China)

*Hong Kong (Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Pier, Hong Kong) to Macau flagicon|Macau (Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Pier, Macau by TurboJET)
*Macau (Macau Tower) TAR clue|Yield|Oswald & Danny yielded Eric & Danielle TAR clue|Roadblock|Jump off the Macau Tower
*Macau (Jardim de Lou Lim Ioc zh icon) TAR clue|Detour|Noodle or Dragon
*Taipa (Trilho da Taipa Pequena 2000 Park) TAR clue|Pit Stop|11

Right outside the elevator in the inner rim in Macau Tower was the second of two Yields in the race. In the Roadblock for this leg of the race, teams had to perform the world's tallest Skyjump, walking around the outer rim of the observation deck, and then take a tethered jump off of the tower. The Detour for this leg of the race was Noodle or Dragon. In Noodle, teams had to make two bundles of traditional Chinese noodles. In Dragon, teams had to carry a dragon head and drum and carry it ¾ of a mile to Nam Van Lake to find the one dragon boat the dragon's head matched. After the Detour, teams had to locate a marked Mini Moke and drive themselves to the Pit Stop.

Leg 12 (People's Republic of China → United States)

*Macau (Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Pier, Macau) to Hong Kong flagicon|Hong Kong (Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Pier, Hong Kong by TurboJET)
*Yigo (Andersen Air Force Base) TAR clue|Detour|Care Package or Engine Care
*Santa Rita (Orote Peninsula &ndash; US Naval Base) TAR clue|Roadblock|"Who's ready to search far and wide?"
*Umatac (Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad) TAR clue|Pit Stop|12

In the Detour for this leg of the race, teams had to choose between Care Package or Engine Care. In Care Package, teams must fill a 500 pound package with various humanitarian aid items for a neighboring island. Once complete, the teams must then board onto a transport plane and participate in an air drop training exercise. Though easier, the mission would take at least half an hour. In Engine Care, teams had to clean an engine pod and associated flap section on the wing of a B-52 bomber until one of the base's sergeants feels the portion of the plane is clean enough. In the Roadblock, teams had to perform a search and rescue mission. Using a GPS receiver, team members had to find a pilot in the Guam forest, receive new GPS co-ordinates from him, locate the landing zone, and signal for a helicopter to pick them up and bring them back to the naval base.

Leg 13 (United States)

*Honolulu ( [ Kamaka Air Hangar] )
*Lanai (Kaumalapau Harbor) TAR clue|Detour|Under or Over TAR clue|Roadblock|Unaired "(Unaired)" [cite web|url=|title=Photos of Unaired Leg 13 Roadblock on CBS Website|accessdate=May 7|accessyear=2007]
*Lanai (Shipwreck Beach)
*San Francisco (Grateful Dead House) ("Unaired")
*San Francisco (San Francisco's Old Mint)
*San Francisco (San Francisco Botanical Garden) TAR clue|Pit Stop (Finish Line)

In the Detour for this leg of the race, teams had to choose between Under or Over. In Under, teams had to swim into a cave where their next clue would be anchored to the floor of the cave. In Over, teams had to use a paddle board to reach a buoy that had their next clue. Photos on the official CBS website suggest that the unaired Roadblock involved jumping off a cliff into the water below, as Mirna and Danielle were shown doing this task in the photos. Footage of Charla & Mirna approaching jeeps with the clue inside each jeep after their helicopter landed in Lanai suggest that the location of the Roadblock was most likely in Hawaii before the Detour, though the exact location is unknown.

;Additional tasks
*At the Kamaka Air Hangar, teams must sign in one of three helicopters that will take them to Lanai.
*At Shipwreck Beach, teams had to run down a mile of beach and then kayak to a buoy near a World War II ship relic to retrieve their next clue.
*At the San Francisco Mint, in the race's final task, one team member answered four questions relating to their opinion of other teams on the race, with the answers corresponding to a four digit code. The other team member then had ten minutes to guess the answers and enter the code into a safe containing the last clue. They could get a head start on the other teams if they finished the task, but if they failed, teams were still allowed to proceed until the ten minutes expire.


External links

* [ Official CBS The Amazing Race All Stars Website]
* [ Tarflies Times (Season 11)]
* [ Official CBS Amazing Race All-Stars wiki]
* [ RFF Reality TV Podcast Interview with Winner Eric]

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