‘The Amazing Race’ contest: See how you scored predicting Episode Six

While you predicted that cowboys Cord and Jet would win this sixth leg of “The Amazing Race,” they were pipped at the finish by Leo and Jamal, who you had coming in second. 

This non-elimination leg took place in Sri Lanka with the brothers finishing the log hauling detour first but being edged out at the finish line by the cousins who scored the faster taxi. 

Although you predicted this to be the last leg for engaged couple John and Jessica, they impressed with their focus and finished third. 

Father and son cancer survivors Dave and Connor slid from first to fourth while Brendon and Rachel managed a fifth place finish despite Rachel making a rookie mistake at the Roadblock and not reading the clue correctly. 

Harlem Globetrotters Flight Time and Big Easy were forced to do the more difficult Detour but still rallied to finish sixth. 

It was country singers Jennifer and Caroline who were crying the blues when they came in last. Luckily for them, this was a non-elimination leg but they will face a Speed Bump in the next episode, which airs on April 13 (next Sunday is the ACM Awards — make your predictions for those here.)

Congratulations to our User Max who scored a staggering 15,300 points with their predictions. Savvy placement of the bonus 100 points gave him the edgeThat tally takes him to the top of the overall leaderboard with a season to date score of 18,259 points. See the full leaderboard here

If he winds up with the most points at the end of the season, he will win a chance to chat with host Phil Keoghan and a $100 Amazon gift certificate. Can you put an end to his race?

To make your own weekly predictions, log into your Gold Derby account and click on the “Amazing Race” button.

Cast your vote each week for questions like, “Which team will win Season 24 of ‘The Amazing Race’?”

Are you happy with Season 24 so far? Who do you want to win? Sound off in the comments section and then join the discussion in our Reality TV forum.

 

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