Renata Faria and Ana Paula Caetano are a team of Friends on The Amazing Race 4 (Latin America).



Age: 33
Hometown: Brasilia, DF
Occupation: Firefighter

Ana Paula

Age: 35
Hometown: Brasilia, DF
Occupation: Chef and entrepreneur

The Amazing Race 4 (Latin America)

Race History

Renata & Ana Paula's Race History
Episode Leg Destination(s) Detour Choice
Placement Notes
1 1 Distrito Federal No Detour Ana Paula 1 of 11
2 2 Distrito Federal → Minas Gerais Pão de Queijo / Pedra de Sabao Renata 1 of 11
3 3 Minas Gerais Seco / Molhado Ana Paula 1 of 9 [1]
4 4 Minas Gerais → São Paulo Pizza / Manequins Ana Paula 4 of 9 [2]
5 5 São Paulo → Peru Redes / Fardos Renata 4 of 8
6 6 Peru Estátuas / Touros Ana Paula 1 of 7
7 7 Peru → Bolivia Aparapitas / Escribas Renata 1 of 7
8 8 Bolivia Unknown Ana Paula 1 of 6ϵ [3]
9 9 Bolivia → São Paulo Canyoning / Arborismo Renata 5 of 5 [4]
10 10 São Paulo → Rio de Janeiro Resistência / Ação Renata 5 of 5
Average 2.40
     The team finished in first place
     The team finished in last place and was eliminated from the race
     The team finished in last place in a non-elimination leg
     The team that won The Amazing Race
     The team that crossed the Finish Line second
     The team that crossed the Finish Line third
The team used the Fast Forward pass
ϵ The team used the Express Pass somewhere during the leg
The team used the U-Turn
Recipient of the U-Turn
The team that used the second slot of the "Double U-Turn"
Recipient of a second U-Turn due to the "Double U-Turn" twist
This team was penalized with an automatic "U-Turn"

1: Renata & Ana Paula initially arrived 1st, but received a 30-minute penalty for skipping the U-Turn area. This did not effect their placement.
2: Renata & Ana Paula 1st, but they received a 30-minute penalty because they lost their puck during the last task of the leg. This dropped them to 4th.
3: Renata & Ana Paula elected to use the Express Pass to bypass the Detour in Leg 8. It is unknown which task they opted to perform before handing over their Express Pass.
4: Renata & Ana Paula initially arrived 4th, but they received a 2-hour penalty for refusing to complete the additional task at Fábrica de Troncos Embrapem. This dropped then to 5th, however this was a non-elimination, with the remainder of their penalty assessed at the beginning of the next leg.



Franchise Records

  • Renata & Ana Paula hold the record for most legs won by a team of racers from Brazil, coming in first place six times.
  • Renata & Ana Paula have highest racing average of a team of racers from Brazil, at 2.40.
  • Highest racing average of a team who finished in 5th place, at 2.40.

Latin America Records

  • Most legs won by an all-female team, with 6 legs.
  • Highest racing average of an all-female team, at 2.40.

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