'The Amazing Race' Season 21 Winners Josh and Brent: Nice Guys Do Finish First

Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge, otherwise known as the Beekman boys, accomplished the improbable: winning season 21 of The Amazing Race without winning a single leg. It wasn't just that they didn't win before the finale, but they flirted with elimination multiple times. But they won when it mattered most. Let's take a look back on their journey around the world.

'Amazing Race' Season 21 Winners Reveal How They'll Spend the $1 Million Prize

The three runner-up teams also talk to THR about the outcome of the race and reveal what wasn't shown on TV.

'Goat Farmer' With a Side Project in Advertising Wins 'Amazing Race'

Josh Kilmer-Purcell, a creative director at JWT New York, came in first on the show, collecting $1 million, with his fiancé, Brent Ridge. He said he would be moving to live full time at the couple's farm, which has been the subject of another reality series, "The Fabulous Beekman Boys."

The Amazing Race 2012 Season 21 Finale

The Amazing Race  "Take Down that Million" Season 21 finale airs on Sunday Dec 9 2012 at 8:00-10:00 PM, PT on the CBS Television Network . Synopsis:  With the $1 million dollar prize on the line , the final four teams race through France en route to the finish line in New York City, where they’ll encounter a terrifying Houdini-inspired Roadblock, during the two-hour season finale of THE AMAZING RACE , Sunday, Dec. 9 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Emmy Award nominee Phil Keoghan is the host. Read More...

Amazing Race's Josh and Brent: We'd Rather Be the Worst Winners Than the Best Losers

Need proof that the only leg that matters is the final leg on The Amazing Race ? The Fabulous Beekman Boys ' Josh and Brent — who had finished second to last six times during season and never in the top two before the finale — defied the odds and a three-team alliance to win the $1 million . They are the third team to win the Race without winning a previous leg. "We were the underdogs, but we didn't give up no matter how bad things got," Josh tells "I think we earned the win." Nevertheless, given their low placements throughout the Race and the fact that they seemed ready to throw in the towel to save Abbie and Ryan in Amsterdam, some fans believe they're unworthy winners. Find out why they don't mind that label, what they're doing with the money and more.

'The Amazing Race': 'Beekman Boys' Josh and Brent on shocking win, teammates' snub and 'coasting' to victory

After losing 11 legs of "The Amazing Race's" 21st season, underdogs Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge won when it counted, taking home the million-dollar prize in Sunday's (Dec. 9) finale. Zap2it caught up with the "Fabulous Beekman Boys" stars to find out what it was like being ostracized by the teams, "coasting" through the race and more: Watching the past few episodes brought back some nightmares from high school. What was it like for you? That is exactly right. Luckily we learned a few things in high school so we got over it quickly. The moment we heard about the alliance against us, it was immediately demoralizing, but just for a moment -- then it became really motivating. How do you respond to all the comments about you "coasting" to your victory? Maybe we did coast. We went to the game with strategy that in order for us to win the race we had to...

TV ratings: Football dominates Sunday night, 'Amazing Race' finale does OK

Fast National ratings for Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012A snowbound "Sunday Night Football" game between Green Bay and Detroit gave NBC an easy ratings win. FOX also got a bump from late-afternoon NFL games running into primetime, resulting in better-than-average numbers for "The Simpsons" and "Bob's Burgers."Elsewhere, the season finale of "The Amazing Race" was in line with its season average, and ABC's Hallmark Hall of Fame movie "Christmas With Holly" posted decent viewer numbers -- the biggest the network has had since taking on the franchise last year.NBC delivered 15.9 million viewers and a 9.6 rating/15 share in households for the night. CBS (9.6 million, 6.0/9) came in second, a little ahead of FOX (8.55 million, 5.2/8). ABC trailed with 6.7 million viewers and a 4.1/6.NBC also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 5.7 rating, finishing well ahead of FOX's 3.5. CBS averaged 2.2 in the demo and ABC 1.6....

Who Won The Amazing Race 21?

[SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals the winners of The Amazing Race 21 . Read at your own risk.]

The Amazing Race Winners: Crowned!

The Amazing Race has crowned its 21st pair of winners. Following a two-hour season finale that features a trio of teams - Lexi and Try, James and Jaymes, Josh and Brent - venturing from Europe to New York, the finalists ended up at the United Nations. Once there, the tandems paired up the words for "hello" and "goodbye" from the nine nations they visited throughout their travels.

'The Amazing Race' Finale Preview: Which Team Will Win $1 Million?

More was at stake for season 21 of The Amazing Race : another $1 million to be exact. But with the only team eligible for the $2 million prize -- after finishing first in the first leg -- most recently eliminated, the remaining four teams are all eyeing the $1 million prize. We've seen 11 teams take off to China, and the remaining contestants pedal through Indonesia, build buses in Bangladesh and experience a Turkish bath. And now, four teams are left. Here's how the final four may fare in the two-hour season finale. Vote for who you think will win the race below!