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Pit Start

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Pit Stop

Leg 1 Seoul Plaza Teams headed to the top of Namsan Tower to find the destination of their next clue. At Namsan Folk Village, teams located a message from home. - One member from each team participated in Fly Boarding at the Han River.   Fold 'Em Fast: At Gwangjang Market, teams folded dumplings.
Stack 'Em High: At Hanyang University, teams stacked and unstacked cups in 8 seconds.
Seoullo 7017 Bridge
Leg 2 Cheonggye Plaza At Gwanghwamun Plaza, teams found and counted all the water spouts around the Statue of Sejong the Great. Teams visited the Demilitarized Zone - Imijungak Peace Park and left a message of love and hope for the people of South Korea. - - All Heart: teams participated in Boot Camp.
All Thumbs: teams navigated a drone.
Hantan River
Leg 3  Seoul At the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre, Hanoi, Vietnam, teams identified letters on the dragons necks. Teams got on a bus at Giap Bat Bus Station. Once at Tam Coc Wharf, teams encountered their first U-Turn and next clue.   At Lang Khanh Restaurant and Hostel teams feasted on green rice until they found a Vietnamese coin, which they would exchange for a clue. Escargot: teams hand-picked 100 snails for a restaurant.
Make Boat Go: teams rowed a boat with only their feet.
Hang Múa (Mua Peak)
Leg 4 The Reed Hotel, Ninh Binh, Vietnam At Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel, teams prepared four bundles of incense and delivered them to Chùa Nhất Trụ Temple. In the Bell Tower at Bai Dinh Temple, teams searched for a monk statue with both feet on an animal.


- Short Strokes: teams painted a replica of the mask their partner was wearing.
Long Strides: teams completed a circuit on stilts.
Chùa Bái Đính (Bai Dinh Temple Complex)
Leg 5 Ninh Binh Province Teams travelled to Zaisan Memorial, Ulan Bator, Mongolia and climbed 300 steps up Zaisan Hill to find their next clue. At Janraisig Temple in Gandan Monastery, teams spun and counted all the prayer wheels in the temple. Teams caught a 2-hour bus ride from Dragon Bus Station to the sand dunes of Mongol Els in Khogno Khan National Park. Here they completed a traditional welcome ceremony and drunk fermented horse milk.


Milk The Best:  At Khogno Khan National Park, teams milked goats.
Herd The Rest: At Khogno Khan National Park, teams wrangled and marked goats.
Mongol Els Sand Dunes
Leg 6 Mongol Els Dessert, Mongolia At Khongoryn Els Sand Dunes, teams dug up their first clue.



At Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, teams introduced their wrestler before his match.

Dance: teams traveled to the International Dancing School, Ulaanbaatar and performed a traditional dance.
Deliver: teams traveled to Narantuul Market, Ulan Bator and delivered furniture to market stores.
Chingissin Huree Camp, Mongolia
Leg 7 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia After experiencing a traditional welcome at Victoria Falls Airport, Zimbabwe,  teams traveled to Victoria Bridge and walked over the Zambezi River. Intersection: At Mukuni Village, two teams united to play the Marimba, a traditional African instrument. Teams catch 1 of 2 tourist vessels to arrive at the Livingstone Island Launch Site, Zambezi River, Victoria Falls. At Batoka Sky, Livingstone, one member from each team caught a microlight flight over Victoria Falls and spotted 6 letters which spelt out their next location. Cultivate: teams worked the soil to create eight furrows in the field at Mukuni Village.
Separate: teams built a fence around a local couples home  in Mukuni Village.
The Elephant Cafe, Zimbabwe
Leg 8 Zambezi National Park, Zambia At Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve, teams had to train with an anti-poaching unit and identify evidence of illegal poachers. Fast Forward: One team had to correctly identify all the African animals dung. - In a giant swing, teams took a leap of faith over the Zambezi River at the Batoka Gorge. Build Up: Teams assembled playground equipment for school kids at Chisuma Primary School.
Serve Up: Teams cooked a traditional meal for the school kids and served them lunch.
Mpala Village Teams filled two buckets of water and carried them on their heads to the pit stop.
Leg 9 Zimbabwe, Africa Teams caught a plane to the Lilongwe International Airport, Malawi and voted for a team to U-Turn. They then traveled to Mgona Market in Lilongwe where they shelled and winnowed 5kg of Malawian peanuts. Teams went to a local brick-making area where they created 50 bricks out of clay. At Lake Malawi, teams followed the directions of a local villager to find puzzle pieces which they had to assemble. - Stack: At Chezi market, teams carefully loaded up one bag of charcoal and delivered it to a vendor.
Stitch:  Teams joined the garment makers of Chezi market and sewed two Malawian shirts.
Lake Malawi, Africa
Leg 10  Lake Of Stars, Malawi, Africa Speed Bump: Teams had to paddle a dugout canoe across Leopard Bay to Lifuwu Village. At Lizulu Markets, teams made their way to the Nsapato section of the market for a message. At Harry's Bar, teams partook in a 2 minute quiz where they answered a series of questions about their fellow Racers. At Lizulu Markets, they made a pair of sandal tops with recycled materials. Dirty: At Lifuwu Village, teams did a load of washing for the villagers then laid the clothing out to dry
Smelly: At Lifuwu Village, teams sorted the days catch from a local fisherman into separate species then laid the fish out to dry
Kumbali Country Lodge, Lilongwe, Malawi
Leg 11 Malawi, Africa Teams arrived at Khlong Toei Markets where they ate 3 century eggs each. Teams had to find a set of dentures that properly fit each of their patients. Teams had to gold leaf a statue of Ganesh. - Water: Teams took a long tail boat past famous Bangkok landmarks along the Chao Phraya River, then correctly place pictures of what you saw on a map.
Wheels: Teams correctly attached missing parts onto a tuk tuk, then pimped it up.  
Wat Suwannaram Temple
Leg 12 Bangkok, Thailand At the Waterfront Precinct in Darwin, teams had to search for NT News front pages with headlines about the race. Teams flew to Katherine, NT where they jumped out of a plane. Using a kayak, teams searched the shores along the Nitmiluk Gorge for puzzle pieces and assembled a puzzle. Teams took a helicopter to Nitmiluk Gorge where they had to search the landing area for the next clue. - Nitmiluk Gorge