Over the two weeks from the 23 June to 4 July, close to 250 people rowed for their state in the second Indoor Interstate Regatta, posting a total distance of 9,905, 276 metres; 1.7 times the total coastline of Australia.

With NSW posting a late COVID-19 lockdown charge to the finish, setting the highest number of metres, no one could catch the Northern Territory in metres per participant who set a staggering 261,918m per person over the two-week period.

 

Total metres by State and Territory:

State/ Territory Metres Number of Participants Metres per Participant
NSW 2,265,854 56 40,462
QLD 1,733,146 29 59,764
SA 1,663,622 58 28,683
ACT 1,500,938 47 31,935
NT 1,047,670 4 261,918
TAS 978,933 15 65,262
VIC 525,784 19 27,673
WA 189,329 5 37,866

 

Total metres per participant:

State Metres Number of Participants Metres per Participant
NT 1,047,670 4 261,918
TAS 978,933 15 65,262
QLD 1,733,146 29 59,764
NSW 2,265,854 56 40,462
WA 189,329 5 37,866
ACT 1,500,938 47 31,935
SA 1,663,622 58 28,683
VIC 525,784 19 27,673

 

Highest individual metres:

Name Metres State/ Territory Name Metres State/ Territory
Ursula Harris 241,052 TAS Russell Cole 570,960 QLD
Peta Robinson 237,932 QLD Sirko Schroeder 520,528 NT
Madison Cook 235,020 SA John Murphy 220,000 NSW
Lee Harrop 231,152 NT Bernard Le Riche 220,000 SA
Stef Wilden 200,188 SA Erik Horrie 184,940 NSW
Nardia Guillaumier 183,778 NSW David Mclean 169,790 NT
Anna Blackwell 140,739 TAS Shane Triffett 162,431 TAS
Phoebe Sanders 133,597 NSW Brian Hill 154,569 VIC
Nadine Morrison 131,000 ACT Vince Townsend 123,959 ACT
Lisa Kendell 129,121 NSW Ron Batt 102,493 ACT

 

Congratulations again to everyone who participated.  From 300m to 570,000m, every metre counts!

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