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Results of the first month of the 2016 Healthy Fleet Challenge


TORONTO, Ont. – The first month of the Healthy Fleet walking challenge of 2016 is over and participants really stepped up their game this time around.

The challenge was created by Healthy Trucker (and is in partnership with the American Trucking Associations and Truck News) with the goal of getting the industry more active. The challenge measures competitors’ daily steps and uses an online leaderboard to help drive competitors to the top.

In total, all participants walked a total of 201,840, 765 steps for the month of May. This marks the first time the challenge has made it past the 2 million step mark! All those steps add up to more than 100,900 miles walked (another first) and 9.2 million calories burned.

The competition takes a break in the month of June, but resumes promptly on July 1 until July 30.

Now for the May winners….

Top 5 with 10 team members or more:

  1. Elgin – averaged 11,906 steps per day – 13 team members
  2. Challenger – averaged 11, 164 steps per day – 19 team members
  3. SLH – averaged 10,083 per day – 15 team members
  4. Carmen Transportation group – averaged 9,979 steps per day – 14 team members
  5. Quik X – averaged 9,799 steps per day – 19 team members

Top 5 with 3 team members or more:

  1. Stream Logistics– averaged 20,613 steps per day – 3 team members
  2. Kingsway Transport – averaged 18,825 steps per day – 4 team members
  3. Elgin – averaged 11,906 steps per day – 13 team members
  4. Coastal Pacific Xpress – averaged 11,527 steps per day – 4 team members
  5. Challenger – averaged 11, 164 steps per day – 19 team members

Top 5 participants:

  1. Paul Bomben – TST Overland Express – averaged 34,966 steps per day
  2. Chris Illes – Stream Logistics – averaged 30,598 steps per day
  3. Mary Wilson – Northbridge – averaged 28,776 steps per day
  4. Andrew Stratton – Kingsway Transport – averaged 26,877 steps per day
  5. Franco Casciato – Carmen Transportation – averaged 26,248 steps per day

You can view the leaderboard, that gets updated in real time here.

Healthy Trucker reminds those interested that they can join the challenge at any time by e-mailing info@healthyfleet.com.


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1 Comment » for Results of the first month of the 2016 Healthy Fleet Challenge
  1. Ernie Luke says:

    Good job CPX keep it going all year.Proud of all of you;s

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