TUES Sept 27: Kick the Kilos leaderboard

AND Tweed is back in the game. 

They've been lagging behind for the past week, but Tweed - while still in last place on the KM leaderboard - has doubled their total overnight. 

They've jumped into third place on the per capita leaderboard from eighth position on Monday showing positive growth. 

Will they sustain their upward trajectory and step off the bottom of the KM leaderboard? Time will tell. 

We need to see a boost in member numbers for Ipswich, the Northern Rivers and the Clarence Valley if they hope to get themselves further up the leaderboard. 

Check out how your region is faring in the Kick the Kilos challenge:

 

KM LEADERBOARD

SUNSHINE COAST            3953.99KM

BUNDABERG                      2253.43KM

MACKAY                              2031.07KM

ROCKHAMPTON               1933.41KM

GYMPIE                                1819.34KM

FRASER COAST                  1388.17KM

COFFS HARBOUR             1364.38KM

TOOWOOMBA                  1201.08KM

SOUTH BURNETT              676.50KM

GLADSTONE                       670.94KM

IPSWICH                              634.6KM

SOUTHERN DOWNS        600.42KM

NORTHERN RIVERS          552.02KM

CLARENCE VALLEY           547.33KM

TWEED                                  412.69KM

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PER CAPITA LEADERBOARD

GYMPIE                                37.5M

BUNDABERG                      23.9M

TWEED                                  21.4M

SOUTH BURNETT              20.5M

SOUTHERN DOWNS        16.8M

ROCKHAMPTON               16.1M

COFFS HARBOUR             15.9M

FRASER COAST                  13.7M

SUNSHINE COAST            11.7M

MACKAY                              11.2M

CLARENCE VALLEY           10.8M

GLADSTONE                       10.1M

TOOWOOMBA                  8.0M

NORTHERN RIVERS          3.6M

IPSWICH                              3.3M

 

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