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Honorable mentions

IN AN IDEAL WORLD, this entire magazine would consist of nothing but covers because there were that many incredible transformations that came out of The Oxygen Challenge 3 that deserve recognition. These four women stood out to the Oxygen staff as well as other OC3 participants. Read on to see how they did it and what they learned along the way.

Stacey A. Byrd

OUR GIRL DOES IT AGAIN

Age: 41

Occupation: Senior provider relations representative

Height: 5’8”

Starting weight: 335 / End weight: 297

Inches lost: 25

Team: Jamie/Kaisa

Instagram: @fluff tobuff diva

TRUTH: We love Stacey A. Byrd, and no Oxygen Challenge would be complete without her positive and motivating presence. “I am what is lovingly referred to as an OC OG!,” says Byrd, who has taken part in all the challenges thus far.

Over the last three years, Byrd has been an

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