'The Biggest Loser: Glory Days' Names Its Winner

Three contestants vied for the $250,000 prize, but only one could walk away with the title of The Biggest Loser

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After months of sweat, tears and exhausting workouts, a new Biggest Loser has been declared.

The Biggest Loser: Glory Days host Alison Sweeney began Thursday’s live finale with three very different contestants in contention for taking home the $250,000 prize, but only one could be victorious in the end.

Toma Dobrosavljevic, a 33-year-old senior project manager from Addison, Illinois, faced off against Sonya Jones, a 39-year-old physical education teacher from Springfield, Illinois, and Rob Guiry, a 26-year-old rugby coach from Springfield, Massachusetts.

So who emerged victorious?

All three finalists revealed impressive numbers on the scale, but having dropped 171 lbs. to end the season at 165 lbs., Dobrosavljevic ultimately had lost a higher percentage of weight than his competitors and was declared the newest Biggest Loser!

“I’m so overwhelmed,” Dobrosavljevic told PEOPLE as the confetti was still falling on the stage. “This experience has been so rewarding already, and to be declared the Biggest Loser is so amazing.”

Coming in second was Jones, who lost 144 lbs. to weigh in at the finale at 139 lbs.

In third was Guiry, who lost 238 lbs. to weigh in at 245 lbs.

Winning the $100,000 at-home prize after being sent home from the ranch earlier this season was Jordan Alicandro, a 32-year-old regional sales manager (and new dad!) from Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Alicandro lost 143 lbs. for a final weigh-in of 180 lbs.

“I was up against some tough competition but I worked really hard for this,” said Alicandro. “I was fortunate to go through college debt-free, and this money will be going towards a college fund so my son can do the same.”

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