List of The Amazing Race Australia contestants

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This is a list of contestants who have appeared on The Amazing Race Australia, an Australian reality game show based on the American series, The Amazing Race. A total of 64 contestants have appeared in the series.

Contestants[edit]

Name Age Hometown Season Finish Source
Ryan "Ryot" Wilson 23 Sydney, NSW Season 1 11th
Liberty Wilson 27 Sydney, NSW Season 1 11th
Anne-Marie Brown 53 Perth, WA Season 1 10th
Tracy Read 46 Perth, WA Season 1 10th
Richard Toutounji 29 Sydney, NSW Season 1 9th
Joey Toutounji 30 Sydney, NSW Season 1 9th
Mohammed "Mo" El-Leissy 26 Melbourne, VIC Season 1 8th [1]
Mostafa "Mos" Haroun 25 Melbourne, VIC Season 1 8th [1]
Alana Munday 25 Adelaide, SA Season 1 7th
Melanie "Mel" Greig 28 Adelaide, SA Season 1 7th
Anastasia Natasa Drimousis 21 Sydney, NSW Season 1 6th
Chris Pselletes 23 Sydney, NSW Season 1 6th
David "Dave" Miller 52 Geraldton, WA Season 1 5th
Kelly Miller 37 Geraldton, WA Season 1 5th
Matthew "Matt" Nunn 26 Outback QLD Season 1 4th
Thomas "Tom" Warriner 26 Outback NT Season 1 4th
Jeffrey "Jeff" Downes 60 Brisbane, QLD Season 1 3rd
Lucas "Luke" Downes 32 Brisbane, QLD Season 1 3rd
Samantha "Sam" Schoers 22 Perth, WA Season 1 2nd [2]
Renae Wauhop 23 Perth, WA Season 1 2nd [2]
Tyler Atkins 25 Sydney, NSW Season 1 1st [3]
Nathan Joliffe 25 Sydney, NSW Season 1 1st [3]
Adam Corowa 30 Tweed Heads, QLD Season 2 11th [4]
Dane Corowa 29 Tweed Heads, NSW Season 2 11th [4]
Susan "Sue" Bumback 40 Geraldton, WA Season 2 10th [4]
Teresa Italiano 44 Geraldton, WA Season 2 10th [4]
Kym Bouckaert 46 Brisbane, QLD Season 2 9th [4]
Donna Verney 42 Brisbane, QLD Season 2 9th [4]
Ross Thornton 55 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 8th [4][5]
Tarryn Lee Thornton 27 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 8th [4][5]
Geoff "Sticky" Stick 24 Launceston, TAS Season 2 7th [4][6]
Samuel "Sam" Hay 24 Launceston, TAS Season 2 7th [4][6]
James Kingsbury 23 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 6th [4][5]
Sarah Roza 32 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 6th [4][5]
Lucy Pelosi 36 Sydney, NSW Season 2 5th [4]
Emilia Pelosi 30 Sydney, NSW Season 2 5th [4]
Joseph Caristo 22 Sydney, NSW Season 2 4th [4]
Grace Caristo 21 Sydney, NSW Season 2 4th [4]
Michelle Troy 26 Sydney, NSW Season 2 3rd [4][7]
Joanne "Jo" Troy 26 Sydney, NSW Season 2 3rd [4][7]
Paul Montgomery 27 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 2nd [4][5]
Steven "Steve" Scale 29 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 2nd [4][5]
Shane Haw 43 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 1st [4][5][8]
Andrew Thoday 35 Melbourne, VIC Season 2 1st [4][5][8]
Inga Lederhaus 27 Perth, WA AUS v NZ 10th [9]
Tiharna McGregor 26 Perth, WA AUS v NZ 10th [9]
Dr Elizabeth Grant 50 Adelaide, SA AUS v NZ 9th [9]
Todd Grant 25 Adelaide, SA AUS v NZ 9th [9]
Aston Garrett 32 Auckland, NZ AUS v NZ 8th [10]
Christina "Christie" Orr 35 Auckland, NZ AUS v NZ 8th [10]
Emily Trenberth 24 Christchurch, NZ AUS v NZ 7th [10]
Jonathan "Jono" Trenberth 26 Christchurch, NZ AUS v NZ 7th [10]
John Gbenda Charles 35 Christchurch, NZ AUS v NZ 6th [10]
Murray Roeske 35 Wellington, NZ AUS v NZ 6th [10]
Catherine "Cat" O'Brien 38 Hamilton, NZ AUS v NZ 5th [10]
Jesse O'Brien 36 Hamilton, NZ AUS v NZ 5th [10]
Carla Beazley 37 Taraunga, NZ AUS v NZ 4th [10]
Hereni Fulton 42 Taraunga, NZ AUS v NZ 4th [10]
Daniel Little 28 Sydney, NSW AUS v NZ [9]
Ryan Thomas 32 Sydney, NSW AUS v NZ [9]
Sally Yamamoto 33 Perth, WA AUS v NZ [9]
Tyson Smith 38 Perth, WA AUS v NZ [9]
Ashleigh "Ash" Jende 27 Melbourne, VIC AUS v NZ [9]
Jarrod Jende 28 Melbourne, VIC AUS v NZ [9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Dennehy, Luke (10 April 2011). "Melbourne's own Amazing Race". Herald Sun. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Coetsee, Alexa (9 April 2011). "Sam and Renae in 'Amazing Race' ride of a lifetime". Perth Now. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b Klein, Nathan (2 August 2011). "Nathan Jolliffe and Tyler Atkins still friends after their Race won". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Pappas, Amanda (20 April 2012). "Who's who in latest series of The Amazing Race". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h Dennehy, Luke (22 April 2012). "Victorian teams get set for Amazing Race". Herald Sun. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  6. ^ a b Smith, Linda (20 April 2012). "The most Amazing Race Tasmania news". Hobart, Tasmania: The Mercury. Archived from the original on 5 May 2012. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  7. ^ a b Byrnes, Holly (20 April 2012). "Amazing Troy twins add sexy new reality to The Amazing Race Australia". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  8. ^ a b "Victorian officers Shane Haw and Andrew Thoday win The Amazing Race". Herald Sun. News.com.au. 15 August 2012. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Byrnes, Holly (6 July 2014). "Stellar cast promises plenty of tension between rival teams and ratings gold for The Amazing Race". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Theunissen, Matthew (6 July 2014). "Kiwis pumped for Aussie 'Race' win". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 

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