NEW YORK (AP) -- A brother-sister team of Harvard-educated lawyers took home the $1 million prize in the CBS game of "Amazing Race."

While satisfying for Victor and Tammy Jih, it was a heartbreaking finish for the competition's first deaf contestant.

Luke Adams was competing with his mother, Margie, and had a clear lead heading into the last leg of the race in Maui, Hawaii.

But the last competition involved quickly remembering each of the race's previous legs and Luke had a hard time finishing. He and his mom finished third.

Two former NFL cheerleaders from Florida finished second. They were trying to become the first all-female team to win.