'The Amazing Race' ends with San Francisco finale

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Daniel and Jordan Pious sneaked into first
place to win "The Amazing Race."
The distinctively different siblings from Barrington, R.I.,
crossed the finish line first in San Francisco to take home the CBS
reality series' $1 million grand prize.
The brothers overcame cowboys Jet and Cord McCoy from Tupelo,
Okla.; and dating models Caite Upton from Lexington, S.C., and
Brent Horne from Columbia, S.C.
During the final leg, the teams were tasked with ascending the
Coit Tower, navigating a virtual maze at visual effects company
Industrial Light and Magic, lugging a giant trunk through the
streets of San Francisco and assembling a puzzle of the previously
eliminated teams from the around-the-world race's 16th season.

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