Besides being the first women on the podium, the Season 4 champions of The Amazing Race Canada, Steph Le Clair and Kristen Mc Kenzie, have been social conveners since the race ended in Montreal.
As the season wound its way worldwide to a finish atop Mount-Royal Tuesday, the “dating couple” invited eliminated friends like Anthony Limbombe and Brandon Campeau, and mother-daughter Frankie and Amy Gassler to watch at their Toronto home.
Meanwhile, the two have begun taking advantage of the many trips that came with winning the show and its individual legs.
“We actually just booked a flight to Costa Rica for two weeks in November.
Sadly, too many couples ignore the hardness of their hearts and create an alternate plan. By the time two people enter a dating relationship, they come together with baggage: fallen shaping influences given to them by Adam, others, and their poor personal choices.
Then after you mix their baggage together, there is no way to avoid sinful combustion in the home.
“I think all 10 teams were extremely competitive,” Le Clair said.
We knew we could do the challenges and make it to the matt.But we kind of didn’t know the social game would be so strong. After we lied about it once, you can’t say, ‘Just kidding.We actually have it.’” But, according to Mc Kenzie, they got the most fan criticism online for U-Turning Joel and Ashley in Cape Breton, N. – part of a double U-Turn that also saw the Big Brother Canada alum team of Jillian Mac Laughlin and Emmett Blois effectively eliminate twin sisters Rita and Yvette Yakibonge.DAY 9 DATING TO DIVORCE AND HOW WE GOT THERE “If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.