The Beat the Street challenge encouraged people to walk, cycle or wheel their way around the borough between mid-April and the end of May.
Ivy Dorchester-Brown, one of the engagement co-ordinators for Beat the Street Rotherham, presented the winning residents, businesses, schools and community groups with vouchers for sports equipment or books for topping the total and average points leader boards.
Ivy handed out trophies, certificates and vouchers for books or sports equipment, while some lucky winners received New Balance trainers for their outstanding contribution to the game.
Among those receiving top honours were Bramley Sunnyside Junior School, who topped the total points leaderboard.
Ivy presented their PE teacher Steph Philips with £350 of vouchers and a trophy.
She also presented Nicola Betts and pupil Xander Rodgers with a pair of trainers each for their incredible contribution to the game.
Ivy said: “Congratulations to all our winners and to everyone who took part. We’d love to see you keeping up the lifestyle habits that the game has helped with, such as walking or cycling to school or work and including time in green space and parks.
“Although the game has finished, let’s keep up the good work and continue to maintain those lifestyle changes that everyone has made during Beat the Street Rotherham.”
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