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Daniel wins the race, Allen came in 2nd, Amanda came in 3rd, Rebecca 4th, Dina and Rudy both came in 5/6th, Abby came in 7th, Antoine 8th, Liz 9th Alexandra in 10th, Júlio 11th, Danny 12th, Sean 13th, Shay came in 14th, Coach MO 15th and Tracey came in 16th even though she would have been fourth or third but she ran out of energy so she collapsed.
And Tracey and Mozziz ("Coach Mo") are hospitalized following the challenge.
Watch a VIDEO of the Biggest Loser stars sharing their weight-loss secrets What sparked the connection?
See stunning before-and-after shots of Biggest Loser contestants "Daniel and I have gone through the same thing," she said.
Former reality show contestant Rebecca Meyer of Des Moines, Ia., is determined to forge a different path for herself.
She’s used her own reality TV stint to change her entire lifestyle — and hopefully motivate others in the process.
Like most competitors, Rebecca is taking it one race at a time — but she’s too close to her ultimate goal to not allow herself a quick peek ahead.
The ultimate goal was always to finish her journey in Hawaii — the 50th race in the 50th state — but there’s one little problem.
Contestant Daniel Wright was a contestant in Season 7, and has returned to "finish what [he] started".
Another change to the format this year is that the two trainers will work with all contestants rather than splitting the contestants into two camps and creating an imagined competition between the two trainers.
While she was eliminated in week 10, she inspired viewers enough to win a 0,000 at-home prize. “I’d run the Des Moines half-marathon earlier that year, then I went to North Carolina and run another race with my boyfriend, who’d later become my husband (Daniel Wright, whom she’d met on The Biggest Loser.) “I loved running—the thrill, the fear—so I decided I’d do a road race in all 50 states by the time I turned 30.” As daunting as that challenge sounds, Rebecca admits that at age 25 she didn’t take it too seriously.