Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Hawaii Connection to Amazing Race

Luke Adams once attended school at the Hawaii Center for the Deaf and Blind and lived in Oahu. His former teachers can’t believe he’s racing around the world for a millions dollars on the Amazing Race. Former teacher Ami Tsuji-Jones tells KGMB-TV, “He was scared of the dark, scared of roaches, scared of everything, so I can't imagine him being involved in the Amazing Race. I'm very excited to see how he's going to do on the show."Here’s a report from the station on Luke’s adventures as the first deaf man on the show.