Amazing Race June 19, 2019 Eliminated Becca And Floyd (Episode 10 Recap)

Amazing Race June 19, 2019 Eliminated Becca And Floyd (Episode 10 Recap)

Hey,”The Amazing Race” fans. Tonight, June 19, 2019, episode 10 of this 31st season did indeed air. Tonight’s episode kicked off with the teams learning they had to catch a flight to Kampen, Netherlands to get their first clue for this leg of the race.

Tyler and Korey got to take off first since they finished in first place during the last leg. Once the teams arrived in the Netherlands, they had to ride tandem bicycles to a place called Jachthaven to get their next clue. In fact, they had to ride these tandem bikes to nearly every freaking place they went.

Once they arrived at Jachthaven, the teams ran into their detours for this leg of the race. They got to pick either the “High” detour or the “Dry” detour.

In the “High” detour, the teams had to pick up and deliver a cow sculpture. After that, they had to hoist the cow sculpture up a bell tower in under 40 seconds using a special cable system in which they used their body weight and full pulling strength. After doing all that, they could finally get their next clue.

In the “Dry” detour, the teams had to pick up and deliver cheese and eggs while vaulting over a ditch. Nicole, in particular, had a lot of trouble with the vaulting aspect of this challenge, but she eventually got the hang of it.

After the teams successfully completed one of the detours, it was revealed that they would be running into a double u-turn. Leo and Jamal immediately made plans to use one of the u-turns on Nicole and Victor because they voted for them to get u-turned earlier in the season.

And that’s exactly what Leo and Jamal ended up doing once they reached the double u-turn location. So, Nicole and Victor officially got u-turned by Leo and Jamal. That meant Nicole and Victor had to complete the other detour to move on in the race.

Nicole and Victor ended up u-turning Becca and Floyd so they would have a fighting chance of still getting pass this leg of the race.

At the double u-turn location, the teams also learned their next location for their next clue was Smit Giethoorn. Once the teams arrived at Smit Giethoorn, they learned they had to hop into a boat and sail through certain canals to find marked boats.

Then they had to tie those marked boats to their one boat, creating a boat train of sorts. Once they got all their marked boats, they then had to sail to Bovenwijde Lake which was the pit stop for this leg of the race.

Leo and Jamal did so terrible during this part of the leg that Nicole and Victor damn near caught up to them after being u-turned!

The very strong team of Colin and Christie arrived in first place, and they won $7,500 each for their troubles. Tyler & Korey took the second place spot. Leo and Jamal came in third place, but it was a very sad third place after their horrible performance with the boats.

Victor and Nicole came in a very well-earned 4th place after getting u-turned. And unfortunately, Becca and Floyd showed up dead last due to getting u-turned by Nicole and Victor.

At that point, host Phil Keoghan did indeed confirm that they were officially eliminated since there are no more non-elimination legs left for this season.

How do you guys feel about poor Becca and Floyd getting eliminated in tonight’s episode 10? Are you happy about it? Are you sad about it? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

Episode 11 is scheduled to air next Wednesday night, June 26, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Amazing Race” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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