After winning the 16th season of The Amazing Race, Dan and Jordan Pious are still on an emotional high. "This was my biggest dream!" Jordan tells In Touch of the team's victory following a fight to the finish against cowboy siblings Jet and Cord McCoy and dating models Brent Horne and Caite Upton. Though they managed to keep good relationships with the other teams prior to the season finale, the Rhode Island brothers created a rift when they entered the ticket line for a flight from Shanghai to San Francisco before the Oklahoma rodeo pair, despite having been last to arrive. But Dan and Jordan stand by their decision. "We respected everybody on the race, but at the end of the day, it's a game. I realized that this was our opportunity," Dan, a sports lover, explains. Fortunately, Jet and Cord say they've moved on from their initial anger. "Why would we hang on to something like that? I'm not a fighter," Jet tells In Touch. Despite collecting the million dollar prize, Dan and Jordan aren't planning any major purchases. "We're going to give a portion to Uncle Sam, and save and invest the rest," financial advisor Dan says. And after a roller-coaster journey that took them around the globe, the boys don't think their rapport has changed for the better - or worse. "Our relationship as brothers has been the same forever. I love him more than anything," Dan adds. "We've always been close."