World Cup By The Numbers

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As our Roller Derby World Cup coverage weekend got under way, we knew something extraordinary was happening, but it wasn’t until we started actually looking at the data that we realized just how big this event really was for the modern derby world. We thought you might like to see some of the numbers behind the event and DNN’s coverage.

Number of leagues with participants on World Cup teams:

81

Most distant league (from Toronto) with a World Cup participant:

Adelaide Roller Derby, 10,336 miles / 16,635 km

Most distant league in existence:

Margaret River Roller Derby, 11,399 miles / 18,345 km

Closest margin of victory:

14 points (Finland 148, Ireland 134)

Total score for Team USA:

2,110 (in two full length bouts & two 40 minute bouts)

Total score for Team USA opponents:

59

Total words in DNN’s World Cup recaps:

25,070 (half a novel)

Peak simultaneous devices receiving the broadcast:

>7300

Previous modern derby record:

~3300

Website visits to DNN, 11/29 – 12/5:

178,139

Previous 7-day record:

66,451

% change:

+168%

Web pages viewed on DNN, 11/29 – 12/5:

720,691

Previous 7-day record:

281,743

% increase:

+156%

Unique visitors to DNN, 11/19 – 12/5:

70,080

Previous 7-day record:

23,833

% increase:

+194%

Funds contributed to DNN, 11/28 – 12/5:

$12,650.76

Number of contributors during same period:

389

Average contribution:

$32.52

Smallest contribution:

$1.00

Largest contribution:

$2500.00

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