It's elevation!

It's elevation!

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Tools for the Strava Athlete

Here is a collection 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 main tool is an analysis of your entire history of activities, primarily to calculate your Eddington Number. I have also extended this to the club level, so you can track the Eddington Number for each of your clubs (running, cycling, etc).

You can also track your "Climbing Number", which is similar to the Eddington Number but is based on elevation gains instead. There are also maps of your KoMs (the ones that actually go uphill!) and of your starred segments. I've also added a little tool to calculate your "Hour Record".

About the author

My name is John Swindells and I'm a keen recreational cyclist with a preference for long one-day rides. I also dabble in time trialling and cyclo-cross. See more of what I get up to on Strava!

All you have to do is "Connect to Strava" below, and the website does the rest!

To get started:


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


Eddington Number

Eddington Number

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strava suggest new feature

strava suggest new feature

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An example Strava distance plot

An example Strava distance plot

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strava country stats

strava country stats

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Keeping active and having fun!

Keeping active and having fun!

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Chart your calories!

Chart your calories!

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