MLS-er Andrew Weber Is A Contestant On The Amazing Race

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Written By Chris Azzopardi

You might not know the name unless he played for one of your teams, but 28 year old professional goalkeeper Andrew Weber, who was on the San Jose Earthquakes roster last season and had stints with DC and Montreal, is now a contestant on a reality TV show. With his twin brother. Yes, really.

That’s Andrew on the right.

Here’s some excerpts from Weber’s profile:

Name: Andrew Weber
Age: 28
Hometown: Menlo Park, Calif.
Connection to your teammate: Twins
Current occupation: Professional MLS Player

Describe what you do: I am a professional goal keeper in Major League Soccer.  Day in and day out I train and compete to keep my skills up so that I am ready for the season beginning to end.
How will these skills help you win The Race? Being an athlete I am always pushing myself and my teammates to be the best.  Having this mindset and attitude allows me to put my team in a position to be successful.
What famous person reminds you of yourself? Professional soccer player Iker Casillas
What is the accomplishment you are most proud of? Becoming a professional athlete.
What scares you most about traveling? Nothing really scares me about traveling. Long trips can get irritable but I manage. It’s part of my job. I guess at times it can get uncomfortable/frustrating if you are in a country where you don’t speak the language or are not able to communicate with the locals.
What excites you most about traveling? Seeing the world and experiencing all the different cultures across the globe.

The show’s winners get a million bucks. Or as it’s known in MLS, “DP money.”

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