Which ‘Amazing Race’ Season 29 Team Will Be Eliminated Just Before Final Leg?

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A heartbreaking elimination has led to only four teams remaining on Season 29 of “The Amazing Race.” Now, one more team will fall short of the final leg and the chance to win $1 million—but which one will it be? Spoiler Alert: The Endings Of Season 29, Episode 8, “I Thought We Were Playing It Nice” and Season 29, Episode 9, “Riding A Bike Is Like Riding A Bike” are discussed below.
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