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Josh Kilmer-Purcell (left) and Brent Ridge (right) must prepare the daily meal for the hunting dogs of Chateau de Cheverny in order to receive the next clue, during the two-hour season finale of THE AMAZING RACE. (Photo courtesy of CBS)
Josh Kilmer-Purcell (left) and Brent Ridge (right) must prepare the daily meal for the hunting dogs of Chateau de Cheverny in order to receive the next clue, during the two-hour season finale of THE AMAZING RACE. (Photo courtesy of CBS)
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For physician/goat farmer Brent Ridge, freeing himself from a straitjacket while dangling 15 stories above a New York City sidewalk was actually less frightening than a little synchronized swimming. “I just tried to focus on the task at hand,” Ridge said of the straitjacket dangle. It was one of the many challenges he and his partner Josh Kilmer-Purcell had to complete during their 25,000-mile journey across nine countries to win $1 million on the CBS ...


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