Where does your town sit on the Kick the Kilos leaderboard?

WELL, we're at the end of week three of our Kick the Kilos challenge and there are some serious kilometres being recorded. 

Awesome work! 

But some regions are still straggling a bit, so make sure you're getting your friends and family signed up and out hitting the pavement. 

KM LEADERBOARD

SUNSHINE COAST            7970.49km

BUNDABERG                      4729.89km

MACKAY                              4206.91km

ROCKHAMPTON               3924.98km

GYMPIE                                3647.03km

TOOWOOMBA                  3105.89km

COFFS HARBOUR             2872.12km

FRASER COAST                  2696.08km

GLADSTONE                       2101.98km

IPSWICH                              1317.12km

SOUTHERN DOWNS        1261.67km

SOUTH BURNETT              1237.47km

NORTHERN RIVERS          1115.83km

CLARENCE VALLEY           1073.82km

TWEED                                  740.58km

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PER CAPITA

GYMPIE                                75.2M

BUNDABERG                      50.2km

TWEED                                  38.4M

SOUTH BURNETT              37.6M

SOUTHERN DOWNS        35.3M

COFFS HARBOUR             33.4M

ROCKHAMPTON               32.7M

GLADSTONE                       31.8M

FRASER COAST                  26.6M

SUNSHINE COAST            23.7M

MACKAY                              23.1M

CLARENCE VALLEY           21.2M

TOOWOOMBA                  20.6M

NORTHERN RIVERS          7.4M

IPSWICH                              6.9M

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