Here Are All The Winning Teams From The Amazing Race

Check out photos of every winning team on The Amazing Race! Plus, don't miss the season premiere of The Amazing Race on Wednesday, Jan. 3 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.

‎Rob Frisbee and Brennan Swain (Season 1)

1. ‎Rob Frisbee and Brennan Swain (Season 1)

Rob and Brennan were the first ever winners of The Amazing Race back in 2001.

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Keep clicking to check out photos of all the past winners from Season 2 to Season 29.

Plus, don't miss the season premiere of The Amazing Race on Wednesday, Jan. 3 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.
Chris Luca and Alex Boylan (Season 2)

2. Chris Luca and Alex Boylan (Season 2)

These lifelong friends from Boston edged out two other teams to win the million-dollar prize.
Flo Pesenti and Zach Behr (Season 3)

3. Flo Pesenti and Zach Behr (Season 3)

Winning team Zach and Flo celebrated their victory at the finish line in Seattle on the finale of The Amazing Race.
Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt (Season 4)

4. Reichen Lehmkuhl and Chip Arndt (Season 4)

This married couple from Beverly Hills, CA celebrated their victory with series host Phil Keoghan by their side.
Chip McAllister and Kim McAllister (Season 5)

5. Chip McAllister and Kim McAllister (Season 5)

After traveling 72,000 miles spanning 11 countries around the globe, married couple Chip and Kim from Coto de Caza, CA, crossed the finish line to win the million-dollar prize.
Freddy Holliday and Kendra Bentley (Season 6)

6. Freddy Holliday and Kendra Bentley (Season 6)

Freddy looked on as Kendra tried to find the right lock. They later won The Amazing Race Season 6!
Uchenna Agu and Joyce Agu (Season 7)

7. Uchenna Agu and Joyce Agu (Season 7)

Uchenna and Joyce Agu, married teammates, from Houston, TX, were crowned the winners of The Amazing Race Season 7 after arriving first at the finish line in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Nick Linz, Alex Linz, Megan Linz, and Tommy Linz (Season 8)

8. Nick Linz, Alex Linz, Megan Linz, and Tommy Linz (Season 8)

The Linz family from Cincinatti, Ohio were the first team to arrive at the finish line in Lewiston, NY and became the official winners of The Amazing Race Season 8.
BJ Averell and Tyler MacNiven (Season 9)

9. BJ Averell and Tyler MacNiven (Season 9)

Host Phil Keoghan (far left) tells teammates and best friends  BJ (center) and Tyler (right) that they are the first team to cross the finish line in Denver, CO, and were the winners of Season 9.
Tyler Denk and James Branaman (Season 10)

10. Tyler Denk and James Branaman (Season 10)

James (left) and Tyler (right) perform a Detour challenge in Vietnam. They later won The Amazing Race Season 10!
Eric Sanchez and Danielle Turner (Season 11)

11. Eric Sanchez and Danielle Turner (Season 11)

Eric Sanchez and Danielle Turner, the couple from Deerfield Beach, Fla and Staten Island, N.Y. respectively, who started dating after racing against one another on separate teams in Season 9, were the first team to cross the finish line and won the one million dollar prize during the finale of The Amazing Race: All-Stars/Season 11.
TK Erwin and Rachel Rosales (Season 12)

12. TK Erwin and Rachel Rosales (Season 12)

Host Phil Keoghan greeted dating teammates TK and Rachel at the finish line at Girdwood Airport in Girdwood, Alaska on Season 12.
Nick Spangler and Emily

13. Nick Spangler and Emily "Starr" Spangler (Season 13)

After over 30,000 miles, five continents, and countless hours racing around the globe, brother-and-sister team, Starr and Nick, sprinted to the finish line in Portland, Ore. to win one-million dollars on Season 13.
Tamara

14. Tamara "Tammy" Jih and Victor Jih (Season 14)

After competing in a race that spanned three continents, nine countries, and 40,000 miles, brother-and-sister team Tammy and Victor (right) met Phil at the finish line to find that they have won Season 14.
Meghan Rickey and Cheyne Whitney (Season 15)

15. Meghan Rickey and Cheyne Whitney (Season 15)

Host Phil Keoghan (right) happliy greets first place winners Cheyne (left) and Meghan (center) at the finish line on the finale of The Amazing Race Season 15.
Dan Pious and Jordan Pious (Season 16)

16. Dan Pious and Jordan Pious (Season 16)

Brothers Dan (left) and Jordan (right) perform Detour B in which teams carry a wooden horse through a Polo Training Field and hit a ball inside the goal in order to receive their next clue on Season 16. They later won the Race!
Nat Strand and Kat Chang (Season 17)

17. Nat Strand and Kat Chang (Season 17)

Phil congratulated doctors Nat (center) and Kat (right) on being the first all female team to win The Amazing Race on the season finale of Season 17.
Kisha Hoffman and Jen Hoffman (Season 18)

18. Kisha Hoffman and Jen Hoffman (Season 18)

Kisha and Jen won their season of The Amazing Race, joining the impressive list before them.
Ernie Halvorsen and Cindy Chiang (Season 19)

19. Ernie Halvorsen and Cindy Chiang (Season 19)

Phil greets engaged couple Cindy and Ernie at the finish line. They later become Season 19's winners.
Rachel Brown and G. David Brown Jr. (Season 20)

20. Rachel Brown and G. David Brown Jr. (Season 20)

After hoisting themselves 45 stories to the top of Makai Tower in Honolulu, Hawaii, Army couple Dave (left) and Rachel (right) repelled face-first down to the ground before continuing with the Race. They ended up winning their season!
Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge (Season 21)

21. Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge (Season 21)

Goat farmers and life plartners Brent (left) and Josh (center) crossed the finish line in New York City to win one-million dollars on Season 21.
Jonathan

22. Jonathan "Bates" Battaglia and Anthony Battaglia (Season 22)

Choosing to take the Fast Forward, hockey brothers Bates (left) and Anthony (right) must water ski in crocodile infested waters. They later went on to win Season 22!
Jason Case and Amy Diaz (Season 23)

23. Jason Case and Amy Diaz (Season 23)

Here, dating couple Amy (left) and Jason (right) made their way to the starting line on The Amazing Race Season 23. They went on to win first place.
David O'Leary and Connor O'Leary (Season 24)

24. David O'Leary and Connor O'Leary (Season 24)

After four continents, nine countries, and over 35,000 miles father-and-son team, David and Connor O'Leary, arrived first to the finish line and were awarded the one-million dollar prize on their All-Star season.
Amy DeJong and Maya Warren (Season 25)

25. Amy DeJong and Maya Warren (Season 25)

Phil greeted scientists Amy (center) and Maya (right) at the finish line at Point Vincente Lighthouse in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
Laura Pierson and Tyler Adams (Season 26)

26. Laura Pierson and Tyler Adams (Season 26)

After traveling five continents and eight countries together, blind-daters Laura and Tyler went on to win their season!
Kelsey Gerckens and Joey Buttitta (Season 27)

27. Kelsey Gerckens and Joey Buttitta (Season 27)

Dating news anchors Kelsey and Joey were pumped to walk away the winners of their season!
Dana Borriello and Matt Steffanina (Season 28)

28. Dana Borriello and Matt Steffanina (Season 28)

Dance choreographers Dana and Matt beat out ten other teams to make it to the end of their season. They even broke out some dance moves to celebrate!
Brooke Camhi and Scott Flanary (Season 29)

29. Brooke Camhi and Scott Flanary (Season 29)

These two entered the game as strangers, but went on to snag the title of the Season 29 as friends! Now, that's impressive.

Who will go on to win Season 30 of The Amazing Race?

Watch the Season 30 premiere of The Amazing Race on Wednesday, Jan. 3 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.