A record 1761 Victorian schools and 854 Victorian workplaces registered as teams, exercising daily by walking to school, riding to work or visiting the gym during their lunch breaks.
The most active local government areas were the City of Casey, City of Boroondara, City of Ballarat, Moreland City Council and City of Monash.
When it came to schools, the best performers were Springside P-9 College in Caroline Springs, Emerson School in Dandenong, Ringwood Secondary College, Tarneit P-9 College and Mount St Joseph Girls' College in Altona North.
Workplaces with the most active employees were Western Health Sunshine, Western Health Footscray, Ballarat Health Services, Kyabram District Health Service, West Gippsland Healthcare Group and Echuca Regional Health.
With more than 80,000 women registered, females once again well and truly outdid their male counterparts, making up 60 per cent of participants.
Participants this year had access through an app to the Get Active Workouts video series, which features 30 different 10-minute workout ideas to inspire and motivate participants of all ages and abilities.
A range of high-profile Victorians also participated in the challenge, including AFLW stars Katie Brennan and Darcy Vescio, Western Bulldogs premiership player Liam Picken and wife Annie Nolan, Vixens netballer Kate Moloney, Paralympian Jess Gallagher and news personality and Premier’s Active April legend Peter Hitchener.
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