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The winner of NBC’s hit show The Biggest Loser season 5, and the first-ever female winner, Arizona native Alison “Ali” Vincent is a dynamic and inspirational speaker, television host, philanthropist and author. A former champion synchronized swimmer, Ali set foot on the Biggest Loser ranch weighing 234 pounds. After weeks of hard work and dedication to health and fitness on the ranch and at home, Ali stepped on the scale at the finale weighing in at 122 pounds- 112 pounds less than her starting weight. This successful weight loss was enough to earn Ali the title of Season 5 winner and the first-ever female winner. Since winning The Biggest Loser title in April 2008 she has achieved what many others who lose weight don’t; she has kept the weight off and is healthier than ever. In Ali’s first book “Believe It, Be It: How being the Biggest Loser won me back my life.” Vincent will share her inspirational story and offer tips for other struggling to lose weight and make major life changes. Beginning with her childhood and teen years, Believe It, Be It will take readers through the most important and life-changing moments in Vincent's life, including what led her to try out for The Biggest Loser, what really goes on at the legendary Biggest Loser ranch, how she made a spectacular comeback after being eliminated after her 4th week on the show, how she's been able to maintain her 100+ pound weight loss, stay motivated, and help others since her win on the program. Book published by Rodale Publishing. Ali has been featured in numerous magazines and on both national and local talk shows, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, Ellen and the Today Show, among others. She is a spokesperson for NEXT Designer Whey protein. She regularly appears on QVC as a celebrity host. In 2009 she was named one of the “12 Women Who Move the Valley” by Arizona Foothills Magazine.