Four Calgarians to compete in 10th season of Amazing Race Canada

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A professional poker player, a husband and wife in advertising and a wrestler are among the Calgarians who will be competing in the 10th season of Amazing Race Canada.

The series, hosted by Jon Montgomery, has teams racing throughout Canada to vie for top prizes. Season 10 premieres July 2 on CTV.

Poker player/influencer and reality TV veteran Kevin Martin, 31, will compete with Gurleen Maan, 35, a farmer from Abbotsford, B.C. The two met while taping The Traitors Canada in 2023 and began dating after the series wrapped. Martin has appeared on Big Brother Canada twice and won in Season 5. Maan previously appeared on the reality series Farming for Love.

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Martin, who still lives in Calgary, believes his strengths are “mental fortitude, memory and an ability to manifest.”

Dorothy and Olus Adeneye of Calgary will compete in Season 10 of Amazing Race Canada. Courtesy, CTV. cal

Dorothy and Olus Adeneye are a Calgary couple who work as content creators in advertising.

Dorothy, 29, and Olus, 32, have known each other since childhood but reconnected as adults. They have “overcome challenges with being BIPIC pioneers.” They have a global audience with their social content, dubbed The OT Love Train, that revolves around their lifestyle, relationship and personalities.

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Taylor McPherson, of Calgary, and Edmonton’s Katie Mulkay will compete in Season 10 of Amazing Race Canada. Courtesy, CTV. cal

Wrestler and Indigenous sports co-ordinator Taylor McPherson, 34, was born in Calgary but currently lives in Edmonton. She will be competing alongside Edmonton’s Katie Mulkay. The friends met while on the University of Alberta wrestling team. If she wins the $250,00 cash prize, McPherson plans to start a non-profit organization to bring sports to Indigenous communities.

Winners will also receive 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV RS vehicles and a round-the-world trip for two.

Calgarians Ty Smith and Kat Kastner won Season 9 in 2023. Courtney Berglind and Adam Kovacs, also of Calgary, won in 2018 during the show’s sixth season.

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