Lifestyle

FRI Sep 23: Kick the Kilos leaderboard

Kick the kilos dinkus
Kick the kilos dinkus

BUNDABERG has weaseled its way into second place on the per capita scale behind front-runners Gympie, but the Sunshine Coast still holds firm in the top position on the total kilometres leaderboard for our Kick the Kilos challenge. 

Slow starters Ipswich have made a decent jump up the ladder, but with a population of 190,000, they should be closer to Mackay on the board. Overall, a solid first week with some great participation. 

It's almost the weekend, so don't forget to record your workouts over the weekend, folks! We'll post an updated leaderboard on Monday. Happy walking!

KM LEADERBOARD

SUNSHINE COAST            2142.70KM

MACKAY                              1343.42KM

BUNDABERG                      1152.44KM

GYMPIE                                1071.38KM

ROCKHAMPTON               1014.94KM

FRASER COAST                  876.17KM

COFFS HARBOUR             800.78KM

TOOWOOMBA                  618.77KM

IPSWICH                              381.47KM

SOUTH BURNETT              377.15KM

SOUTHERN DOWNS        347.81KM

NORTHERN RIVERS          313.63KM

CLARENCE VALLEY           305.56KM

GLADSTONE                       275.13KM

TWEED                                  117.80KM

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PER CAPITA LEADERBOARD

 

GYMPIE                                22.1M

BUNDABERG                      12.2M

SOUTH BURNETT              11.4M

SOUTHERN DOWNS        9.7M

COFFS HARBOUR             9.3M

FRASER COAST                  8.6M

ROCKHAMPTON               8.5M

MACKAY                              7.4M

SUNSHINE COAST            6.4M

TWEED                                  6.1M

CLARENCE VALLEY           6.0M

GLADSTONE                       4.2M

TOOWOOMBA                  4.1M

NORTHERN RIVERS          2.1M

IPSWICH                              2.0M

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Topics:  health, kick the kilos, walking



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