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Dave, you had to drop out of Season 22 of "Amazing Race" after rupturing your Achilles tendon. How’s that feeling?
Dave • I’m doing good. I feel good.
Dave, you had prostate cancer. And, Connor, you had testicular cancer. How’s your health today?
Connor • Couldn’t be better. I go in every six months for check-ups and, so far, I’m clear and good to go. So I feel like I’m going to stay on that trajectory.
Dave • We feel really lucky and blessed.
What are you going to do with the prize money?
Dave • Spend it!
Connor • I plan on giving some to cancer research and saving and investing the rest. There’s really nothing I need right now.
Dave • Connor’s in college. What does a college kid need?
Dave • Well, (I) agreed to pay that.
Connor, has TV fame affected your social life?
Connor • I have a girlfriend. I’m off the market. I’ve had a few people ask me via Twitter, but that’s the answer.
Dave • I’m not sure how many 15- to 25-year-old women there are on his Twitter account, but I think it’s, like, 5,000.
If asked, would you run "The Amazing Race" again?
Connor • Yes, I would do it in a heartbeat.
Dave • Honestly, I’d have second thoughts. They asked us at the end (of the ‘Race’), and I told them, ‘No way.’ It was 3:30 in the morning, we were cold, tired, hungry. We just won, which was exhilarating, but I thought, ‘There’s no way I would ever do this again.’
But now, having watched it last night, I think, ‘Oh yeah, I can’t wait to go back and do it again!’
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