This table shows how Jim Smith's Eddington Number has changed over time, for various activities. You can see the "true" cumulative number as it's built up over the years, and can also see it on a year-by-year basis.
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The Eddington Number is the greatest number of days that you've ridden that distance. So, if you've managed 30 or more 30-mile days, then your number is 30. If you've only managed 20 or more 20-mile days, then your score is 20. It's an interesting self-improvement statistic, but is quite difficult to calculate - so here is a Strava-based tool that does it for you!
Need more background information? Read more about the Eddington Number, plus some all-athlete charts.
You can now see a breakdown of your Eddington number within each year, seeing how it increases month by month!
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