Jon visited 4 continents, 11 countries and 24 cities during his stint on The Amazing Race 6.
Jon is training to compete in his first triathlon in the summer of 2007.
One of Jon's favorite places to travel is Reykjavik, Iceland.
Jon is a big Arizona Cardinal fan and has season tickets.
Jon is an animal lover and owns two dogs. He has a pair of German Shepherds, Duke and Myia.
Jon is an only child.
Jon watched The Amazing Race 6 at his club with his girlfriend Kris and all of his patrons. Viewing was easy on the 20-foot video wall.
The name of Jon's nightclub is Scottsdale's 6.
Jon is considering accepting a job offer from a travel magazine so he can continue traveling the world.
The couple own a home in California.
Jon's favorite color is blue.
When he was on The Amazing Race 6, Jon and his partner won a Caribbean cruise.
Jon has taken up golf so he can play with Kris.
While on The Amazing Race 6 Jon said he most missed warm showers and home-cooked meals.
Jon plays on the Arizona Masters Water Polo team.
Jon stands 6'2" tall and weighs 200 lbs.
Buehler needed to learn to speak some foreign languages including Chinese to participate on The Amazing Race 6.
Jon and Kris ended their long distance dating experience after the end of The Amazing Race 6 by moving in together.
Jon was a member of the Arizona State swim team.
Buehler graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing from Arizona State University.
Buehler: A lot of the other contestants have said that they wish they enjoyed the race more instead of arguing. But you know, to each their own. We just tried to stay away from the negativity that was going on at certain times and run our own race.
Buehler: Before the race, we wanted to get on the same page, so we trained together and ate together to get ready for the whole thing in general. We wanted to be a tight unit going into the race and be ready for whatever they were going to throw at us.
Buehler: It's very inspiring. It inspires us to continue on with how we are and to just stay tight and respect each other. It's a great thing and it's neat to see that everyone saw our relationship and really appreciated how we were with each other.
Buehler: When all you have is the phone to communicate, you learn a lot about somebody else over the course of several hours. We built an excellent friendship above all.
Buehler: I ran the race with my best friend and you can't ask for anything better than that.
Buehler: We've always enjoyed each other's company, and we really just loved being there and having the opportunity to enjoy this experience.
Jon Buehler: We don't like negativity.
Jon Buehler: It was an unbelievable experience. And now we're ready to take on the world.
Jon Buehler: You're in all different climates, and you have to carry everything with you. You have to pack light but be very strategic with what you bring. We took our backpacks, terrain shoes, all-weather jackets, power bars and very lightweight sleeping bags. The sleeping bags came in so handy.
Jon Buehler: We are very competitive people and we wanted to win. Our goal was to finish the race and not be eliminated. But we knew in order to do that we had to stay tight and work together. People all around us were losing it, but we tried to deflect all the negativity and do what we needed to do.
Jon Buehler: You're in all these crazy situations, so you have to be in shape. One time, Kris had to wash a window on a 45-story skyscraper just to find a clue. And she jumped out of a plane in Hawaii. We trained really hard before we started the race.