NOT many people can say they have walked 100km but Anthony Swift, Matthew Johnston, Scott Summers and Andrew Heit can.
The four Biloela mates, otherwise known as We Trained Norris, completed the Oxfam Trailwalker last month in 20 hours and 26 minutes.
"We were hoping for anything under 24 so to get 20 hours and 26 minutes is pretty good," Anthony said. "We ended up coming 19th out of 353 teams."
"To say you've walked 100kms is pretty good," Matthew said.
"It's not like walking to Gladstone. It is a lot more brutal."
Oxfam Trailwalker teams trek from Mt Glorious to Mt Coot-tha in under 48 hours. The money raised goes to people living in poverty.
When the members of We Trained Norris spoke to Central Telegraph earlier this year, they were hoping to complete the course in 24 hours and raise $1000. The team smashed both goals.
"We have exceeded everything that we said," Anthony said.
The team was surprised at how tough the trek was.
"We weren't expecting so many hills and lack of flat ground," Matthew said.
"There was just no flat at all, which threw us a bit of a curve ball."
The team said the hardest thing was the hills.
"Biloela is a hard place to train for hills," Anthony said.
"We were fit enough for the track but we just weren't ready for the hills."
The team is already looking forward to next year's challenge.
"We just need to go out to the mine lookout and run up and down that hill for four hours."
We Trained Norris thanked everyone who donated money to the trek and the support crew.