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CBS Unveils Cast Photos for "Amazing Race 10"

Fans of CBS's reality series The Amazing Race can finally put faces to the names of the series' latest players.

CBS has finally released photos and full bios for its contestants for the latest installment of The Amazing Race franchise, set to premiere September 17th in its new timeslot of Sundays at 8 pm.

While the teams were previously announced, check out for updated information, photos, and background on the team members. But if you're too lazy to do that, below are the brief team descriptions that were announced at last month's Television Critics Association panel:

Vipul Patel, 29, and Arti Patel, 26, of Windermere, Florida; the first Indian-Americans on the Race.

Erwin Cho, 32, and Godwin Cho, 29. Brothers from San Francisco.

Tom Rock, 39, and Terry Cosentino, 45, a gay couple from New York City.

Kellie Patterson, 22, and Jamie Hill, 22. Friends from Columbia, South Carolina.

Lyn Turk, 32, of Birmingham, Ala., and Karlyn Harris, 32, of Helena, Alabama. Friends.

David Conley, 32, and Mary Conley, 31. Married couple from Stone, Kentucky.

Bilal Abdul-Mani, 37, and Sa’eed Rudolph, 39, of Cleveland. Friends/Muslims.

Peter Harsch, 35, of Laguna Beach, Calif., and Sarah Reinertsen, 31, of Trabuco Canyon, California. Friends. Additionally, Sarah has an artificial leg.

Rob Diaz, 31, and Kimberly Chabolla, 28, of Los Angeles. Dating.

Tyler Denk, 29, and James Branaman, 27, of Los Angeles. Friends/models.

Dustin Konzelman, 24, of Riverside, California, and Kandice Pelletier, 24, of New York City. Friends/former Miss USA contestants.

Duke Marcoccio, 52, and Lauren Marcoccio, 26, of Warwick, Rhode Island. Father and daughter.

"Amazing Race 10" premieres Sunday, September 17th, at 8 pm ET/PT on CBS.


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