The Race kicks off from Washington Square Park in New York City with some of the most competitive and accomplished pairs of racers ever. Teams travel to Iceland, where they must traverse a massive canyon high above the Geitargljufur River.
For the first time ever, teams square off head-to-head in Antwerp, Belgium, to earn their place on the mat and avoid elimination.
Things get slimy at a fishy challenge, and Racers scale buildings and run through the narrow streets of Tangiers, Morocco.
In St. Tropez, France, one team tries to stay on track after failing to read their clue. Teams face off against one another in the second head-to-head competition of the season.
Teams travel to Les Baux, France where they must construct a catapult.
The stakes are high when teams face the dreaded double U-turn and racers struggle to navigate the streets of Prague while delivering kegs to a local party.
In Zimbabwe, racers swap teammates for an entire leg.
The game becomes ruthless with another double U-turn.
For the first time, the Race travels to Bahrain, where one team's game is on the line when one of them misplaces their passport.
Scorpions are on the menu for racers in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The 4 remaining teams race through Hong Kong as they try to become one of the final 3 teams that will compete for the one-million-dollar prize.
With the one million dollars on the line, the final 3 teams race through San Francisco on the quest to cross the final finish line first. After 10 countries, 21 cities and more than 29,000 miles, host Phil Keoghan will crown one team the winners of the 30th Race around the world.