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Mona Egender (left) and Beth Bandimere on the flavour finish of "The Amazing Race."

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Mona Egender (left) and Beth Bandimere on the flavour finish of “The Amazing Race.”




The Denver force on the long-running CBS program “The Amazing Race” ended this year’s rivalry in ordinal place.


The finish to the 22nd flavour ventilated Sun night, and featured the test quaternary teams making their artefact from Edinburgh, Scotland, to Belfast, Northern Ireland, and then the terminal threesome closing the vie in Washington, D.C.


Mona Egender and Beth Bandimere were famous on the exhibit as either only Mona and Beth or the Roller Derby moms because both are conception of Rocky Mountain Rollergirls and both hit children.


“It was an awful experience. It was the possibleness of a lifetime,” Egender told doc cartoonist in February. “It was enthusiastic to movement discover of the land and be digit females absent from our families. It was awful to intend discover and do something on our own.”


Two hockey-playing brothers, Anthony Battaglia and Bates Battaglia, won the $1 meg accolade for reaching in first. Now discover of professed hockey, Bates Battaglia played for the river Avalanche during the 2001-2002 flavour and conception of the incoming one.


Max and Katie Bichler, a pair from the Buffalo, N.Y., area, ended second.



L. histrion Hicks is Social Media Engagement Officer / Digital Producer of the Denver Business Journal, writes for the “Cultural Attache” blog, and compiles the regular “DBJ Morning Call” email. Phone: 303-803-9221.





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