The Amazing Race Australia star Rod on coming out as gay
He’s one half of The Newlyweds team stealing the show on The Amazing Race Australia, but Rod Jones hasn’t always been the confident man we see on air. The 28-year-old recalls how confused he felt as a teenager, a situation that became even murkier when he came out to his parents when he was 17.
Video: The Amazing Race 2019: Newlyweds Tim Sattler and Rod Jones are crowned the WINNERS following tense final episode as they take away 0,000 before branding it 'the greatest feeling in the world'.
Tim and Rod are a team of Newlyweds on The Amazing Race Australia 4. retrieved from 10daily.com.au. Tim , 29 & Rod , 28. Newlyweds, New South Wales. It was love at first sight for newlyweds, Tim and Rod .
After a nail biting finish, Tim Sattler and Rod Jones have been crowned the winners of2019.
In one of the closest legs of the entire race, the pair narrowly beat out runners up Jasmine and Jerome and third place finishers Viv and Joey for the $250,000 prize.
The final leg of the competition saw the teams return home to Australia, where they raced across the Northern Territory jumping from planes, training dogs and kayaking.
However, it was the completion of a complicated 3D puzzle that saw Tim and Rod take the lead and ultimately win out.
It's safe to say the newlyweds were elated upon learning they had taking won the top prize, with Tim describing it as "the greatest feeling in the world."
"It's been a full blown rollercoaster but it's the most fun we've ever had in our lives. . . we've learnt so much about each other, and at the end of the day we're still together after something like this. . . I think we can both pat ourselves on the back for it," he said.
"I'm so in love with [Rod], my best friend, my soul mate."
"If we can survive this we can survive anything I reckon," Rod added.
Congratulations to Tim and Rod!
"Amazing new developments" have been revealed about historian Pascoe: Bolt .
Sky News host Andrew Bolt says “amazing new developments” have come to light in relation to “scandal” around historian Bruce Pascoe. Mr Bolt has been skeptical of Mr Pascoe “calling himself Aboriginal,” saying he had uncovered a “very telling development” on the issue.So far from his investigations, Mr Bolt said he had not found a “skerrick of proof for Pascoe's [ancestral] claims”.In fact, genealogical records had "[shown] every one of Pascoe's ancestors is of English descent,” Mr Bolt said.