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    Tonja Jordan, 46, set out to lose weight last year. Since March 2014, when she weighed 366 pounds, she has shed 103 pounds by eating better and exercising. At Monday's Labor Day Road Race in Macon, she was cheered by well-wishers. She said she couldn't have dreamed of such a feat before she began her workout regimen.

Tonja Jordan, 46, set out to lose weight last year. Since March 2014, when she weighed 366 pounds, she has shed 103 pounds by eating better and exercising. At Monday's Labor Day Road Race in Macon, she was cheered by well-wishers. She said she couldn't have dreamed of such a feat before she began her workout regimen. Joe Kovac Jr. The Telegraph
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