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The road travelled so far

We've been everywhere, man... from Bathurst to Brisbane, Adelaide to Auckland, Townsville, Wollongong and the Gold Coast - we are a well travelled team this season.

After 20 rounds in season 2019 the playing group has traversed a massive 37,194 kilometres - around 35,358 km by plane and just over 395 km on the team bus.

This year's biggest trips: our journey across the Tasman in round eight (a 5,248 km round trip from Melbourne), closely followed by Townsville in round five (5,197 km), our pre-season trial in Mackay (4,637 km) and our two trips to Brisbane in round nine and round 20 (both 3,563 km round trips).

The longest team road trip was 200km - just shy of three hours - between Sydney and Bathurst for our round three clash with the Panthers.

Meanwhile, two dedicated football staff hit the highway in the equipment truck, driving eight hours from Melbourne to Bathurst and back again less than 48 hours later.

Not all heroes wear capes.
Not all heroes wear capes.

The boys racked up the fewest frequent flyer points for our away games in Adelaide and Canberra, at 1,453 km and 1,325 km respectively.

With two away games remaining to the Central Coast this Sunday (1,886 km) and Manly (1,786 km) in round 24, Storm will have travelled around 39,030 km by season's end.

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.