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Pittsburgh’s ‘Amazing Race’ contestant heads to Croatia

Mary Ann Thomas
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Becca Droz in Switzerland in an episode of CBS’ "The Amazing Race."

Pittsburgh native Becca Droz and her teammate, Floyd Pierce, are back on their worldwide adventure in Croatia at 8 p.m. Wednesday on CBS’ “The Amazing Race.”

Droz and Pierce, aka “Team Fun,” are among only six teams left vying for a $1 million prize on a 25,000-plus mile journey around the world. They competed on the show in 2017 and returned for this year’s all-star season.

For tonight’s episode, “expect airport drama, beat-boxing on the beach and a rare glimpse of Becca Droz without braids,” said her father, Dan Droz.

Team Fun, now in their ninth episode of “The Amazing Race,” have survived elimination in the reality show that has taken them to Tokyo, Laos, Vietnam, Dubai, Uganda and Switzerland.

Becca Droz is a 2008 graduate of Taylor Allderdice High School in Squirrel Hill. She works as an entrepreneur and rock climbing instructor in Boulder, Colo.

Becca’s parents, Cathy and Dan Droz, live in Pittsburgh.

See CBS’ teaser for “The Amazing Race,” episode 9, as well as recaps of episode 7 and episode 8.

Mary Ann Thomas is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-226-4691, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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