Biggest Loser Season Winners
February 8, 2012 by staff
Biggest Loser Season Winners, Four Michigan contestants survived another week on “The Biggest Loser,” when the sixth episode of the show’s 13th season aired Tuesday evening on NBC.
Conda Britt of Rockford, a small town 10 miles north of Grand Rapids, played a key role in the episode. When her team lost the week’s challenge, a dunk-tank contest in which they had to hold up a weight to keep their trainer from falling into the ranch’s pool, the team was penalized by losing the use of their trainer for the week.
The team’s trainer, Dolvett Quince, wasn’t allowed to lead the team’s workouts, but he was able to watch on closed-circuit TV.
When he was able to rejoin his team, Quince had made a list of all Britt’s complaints in the gym.
“I don’t care,” he told her as he crumpled the list and threw it away.
Britt nonetheless dropped an impressive 8 pounds for the week, the highest percentage of weight loss on her team — and enough to make her immune from being voted off the ranch. Instead, her team voted to send Adrian Dortch of Evanston, Ill., packing.
Buddy Shuh of Wayne lost 9 pounds this week, enough to win praise from Quince. The trainer noted Shuh had lost 10 pounds the week he went home for the birth of his son, and 9 pounds on a week without his trainer.
“That’s impressive,” Quince said. “This guy gets it.”
Cassandra Sturos of Fowlerville dropped from 200 pounds to 195 this week. A week earlier, she had expressed frustration that she was one pound from being under the 200 mark.
“I’m in the 100s,” she said in celebration at the weigh-in this week. “Wonderland!”
Jeremy Britt, Conda’s brother, posted the biggest weight-loss number of the night, losing 12 for the week.
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