By Penny Soldan Published: June 15, 2008
Neill and Amanda Harmer from Bethany weren't the winners on "The Biggest Loser” last season. Or were they?

The Harmers, who were eliminated three weeks into the fifth season of NBC's popular weight-loss program, lost a combined 44 pounds during their time at the "Biggest Loser” camp in Calabasas, Calif. But when they returned for the live season finale of "The Biggest Loser” in April, their combined weight loss was 152 pounds.

Top prize for the fourth season of "The Biggest Loser” went to Bill Germanakos. His twin brother, Jim, claimed that season's "Biggest At-Home Loser” title.

The Harmers and the Germanakos brothers will talk about their experiences at "Life After ‘The Biggest Loser,'” a free event 7 p.m. Tuesday inside the Cox Convention Center. To register, call the Integris Healthline at 951-2277.

The Harmers also will lead "Operation Boot Camp” beginning June 23.

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