In the Amazing Race Season 17 Episode 11, Jill and Thomas are first place. Brook and Claire are second place and Nat and Kat are third place. They will compete for $1 million in the final leg of the race.
Nick and Vicki were last place and eliminated from the race.
The last four teams in the Amazing Race start the 11th leg of race in Hong Kong. Nat and Kat are first to learn that they must fly to South Korea, drive to the Demilitarized Zone at the border between North and South Korea and find their next clue at the Seungil Bridge.
Jill and Thomas and Brook and Claire are right behind the doctors, though Nick and Vicki have a six-hour delay because they didn't complete the final task in last week's leg. Also, they'll have a speed bump to deal with once they begin.
The first three teams reach the airport without trouble and have hours to burn before they board their flight. Nat and Kat flirt with a random traveler in order to get him to buy a travel book for them. It works.
The first three teams board their plane and it looks like Nick and Vicki just might make it on the same 12:25 a.m. flight. At the last moment, though, it's revealed they missed the plane and won't get another for about nine hours.
The first three teams travel the 1,300 to South Korea, hop in cars and start driving north to the border. Jill and Thomas make it to the bridge first, getting a clue that tells them they must raft down a river to U.S. Army Humvees. They'll then ride in the Humvees to an Army post, where they'll get their next clue.
Jill and Thomas remain in the lead, finish their rafting trip and reach the Army post. At the post, they must choose a head band with Korean characters on it and find the Army soldier practicing Taek Won Do in a large group wearing the same head band. If they pick correctly, a soldier does a karate kick on a wooden board, revealing the next clue within. If they chose incorrectly, they'll have to pick a new head band and start over.
Thomas finds the match quickly, and he and Jill get their next clue, which leads them to the Seoul World Cup Stadium. They must either walk or use a subway to reach the stadium, and they get there before the other teams.
The clue at the stadium is this leg's Detour: Full Throttle or Full Bottle. In Throttle, teams must again use either their legs or the subway to reach an ice rink, where they'll do a relay of 25 laps. In Bottle, they'll have to head by foot or subway to a market district, where they'll carry six massive bottles to a holistic medicine store and down a glass of a ginseng drink before they can get their next clue.
All teams chose Throttle, though Brook and Claire take a cab, which no team is allowed to use at this stage. They beat Jill and Thomas to the rink, though Jill and Thomas finish first and get their clue to Han Riverside Park. At the park, they must find their next clue at a statue of an airplane.
Meanwhile, Nick and Vicki have landed in South Korea. They stumble upon a man who's willing to lead them to the bridge, so they hop in a car and start following him.
Brook and Claire find the statue first and learn the Pit Stop's location: the Temple of Heaven. They reach Phil first, but they must sit out for 30 minutes because they took a cab.
That gives Jill and Thomas enough time to arrive in first place. They win a trip for two to Argentina for winning this leg of the race.
Brook and Claire finish their penalty and are second place.
Nat and Kat aren't far behind and they are third place.
The first three teams will compete in the last leg of the race for $1 million.
Nick and Vicki are last place and eliminated from the Amazing Race.