Ned McHenry is Adelaide’s endurance king after finishing top of the Club’s leaderboard for the most distance covered per game this season.
According to data released by the AFL's Telstra Tracker, the small forward covered 14.28km a game in 2021.
McHenry was followed closely by Club Champion runner-up Ben Keays, who covered 14.17km per game.
Keays enjoyed a breakout campaign, averaging 28 disposals, five clearances and six tackles in 2021, to go with 12 goals for the season.
First-year forward Riley Thilthorpe (14.04km), skipper Rory Sloane (13.51km) and defender Tom Doedee (13.40) rounded out the top five.
Running machine Lachlan Scholl registered the highest single game result in 2021 across the competition, according to the data.
Sholl covered 17.26km against North Melbourne in Round Four when he collected a career-best 31 disposals.
The 21-year-old edged Carlton star Sam Walsh, who finished in second place with 17.13km in Round Seven.
Sholl also recorded three of the top four matches for distances covered across the AFL in 2021, ticking over 17.05km in round one and 16.84km in round eight.
He played 15 matches in 2021 and recorded an average of 17.6 possessions a game.
McHenry finished in the top five of the most distance covered in a game in 2021, registering 16.58km against Carlton in Round 15 and 16.51km against Brisbane in Round 16.
Top-five most distance covered per game in 2021
Ned McHenry, 14.28km
Ben Keays, 14.17km
Riley Thilthorpe, 14.04km
Rory Sloane, 13.51km
Tom Doedee, 13.40km
Top-five most distance covered in a game in 2021
Lachlan Sholl, R4 v NM, 17.26km
Lachlan Sholl, R1 v Geel, 17.05km
Lachlan Sholl, R8 v PA, 16.84km
Ned McHenry, R15 v Carl, 16.58km
Ned McHenry, R16 v BL, 16.51km