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The Amazing Race winner LEAKED

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Teams are pushing themselves to the max as they hurl themselves around Australia on the current season of The Amazing Race in a bid to be crowned winners of the reality show.

WATCH: The Amazing Race teams take on the gruelling Australian environment

But despite the scenes still playing out on air on Network Ten, there’s already a clear favourite to take out the victory.

At $1.33, cowboys Brendon and  Jackson from New South Wales are  the odds-on favourites to be the last ones standing at the finish line according to Sportsbet.

Over on fellow online betting site TAB, the odds were even shorter for the pair at just $1.10.

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Cowboys Brendon and  Jackson  (pictured) are currently the odds-on favourites to win The Amazing Race. (Credit: Network Ten)

Victorian siblings Skye-Blue and Jake are considered the next most likely to win the show, which is hosted by Beau Ryan. Their odds on Sportsbet are sitting at $3.50, while TAB have them at $9.

Trailing behind them in the odds are NSW’s Jaskirat and Anurag on Sportsbet with odds of $7.50 while on TAB, The Amazing Race contestants with the third best odds are WA’s Dwes and Katherine with odds of $15. But since they’ve already been eliminated it’s not looking good for them!

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Pictured from left: Skye-Blue and Jake, Jaskirat and Anurag and Dwes and Katherine are trailing close behind in the odds. (Credit: Network Ten)

This year The Amazing Race sees the teams race around Australia – rather than the entire world – after the global pandemic derailed the show’s ability to travel.

Speaking to New Idea last month, host Beau promised the race Down Under made the show even more entertaining.

“It’s faster, longer and harder! Conditions in our country are brutal, and at times it got the better of some of our team members, who undervalued how good air conditioning is,” he said.

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“It’s faster, longer and harder! Conditions in our country are brutal,” host Beau Ryan (pictured) says of the current season. (Credit: Network Ten)

And  while his job on the show means a lot of travelling, Beau also recently had his own Amazing Race-style adventure with his wife Kara and their two kids Remi, seven  and Jesse, three.

“We started in Ulladulla, then went to Terrigal, Nambucca Heads, Grafton and Yamba,” Beau spilled.

“We tried all the coffee and seafood, in that order. We found a few jump rocks and secret spots along the way. It was good to get the kids out of the house and into the outdoors. The only problem is now my son wants us to build a jump rock at home in our pool!”

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Beau, his wife Kara and kids Remi and Jesse recently had their own Amazing Race-style holiday. (Credit: Instagram)

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