Getting more out of Strava

Here are a couple of Strava tools that I've put together, which you are free to use. Note that I only read data from Strava, and I don't post or update anything on your behalf.

The first tool is an "optimised" activity feed of athletes that you're following, prioritising those activities that have shown more individual improvement. Gone is the boring old timeline! We also differentiate between runs/rides/whatever, and between gear - so an athlete's ride on their MTB doesn't get compared to their road bike efforts.

The second tool is an analysis of your entire history of activities, primarily to calculate your Eddington Number.

To get started:


This page uses the Strava v3 API: http://strava.github.io/api/ The authentication protocol is oAuth2, and involves token sharing instead of password sharing for allowing swinny.net to securely communicate with strava.com.


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Survey Results For US
Giving my friends/clubmates kudos :
Taking part in the Challenges :
Competing for segment KOMs/QOMs :
Recording and analysing my power/heart data :
Just to keep a record of my rides :
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