April 10th, 2013
Coming Soon: Your New Run Activity Page + Premium Pace Analysis
In just a couple of days, you will notice some big changes to the way your run activities appear on Strava.com. In the following weeks, we will release our new cycling activity pages as we aim to deliver an experience both runners and cyclists will love.
Here’s a bit of background around our redesigned run activity pages:
Every Run Has a Story
We’ve spoken to tons of you about what’s important when viewing your activities and those of others, and have incorporated your needs and experiences as runners into this new page. Here’s what’s new:
Social Bar: We added a social bar to the top of the page, putting your activity title, description, comments, kudos, Instagram photos, and other athletes on your run front and center.
Sharing Module: Easily share your run to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, email, or embed in your blog from the sharing module located at the top, left-hand corner of the page.
Key Stats: Distance, time, average pace and elevation are located between the Social Bar and Elevation & Performance Chart. Your mile/km splits from your run are located on the right-hand side of your activity map.
Elevation & Performance Chart: We’ve vastly improved the visual interaction for reviewing and scrubbing all your activity details. Use the cursor to look at your pace, elevation, grade adjusted pace and grade at any point during your run.
Segment Efforts, Stats & Comparison: We’ve optimized the Segment Efforts within your activity so you can quickly scan your most meaningful achievements. We display key stats of your effort along with your leaderboard ranking. And when you’re looking at another athlete’s segment effort, you’ll be able to compare your PR against theirs.
Premium Race Analysis: See your race results like never before
Layered on top of the new run activity page is Strava’s Premium Analysis, available now to Premium members for just $6 per month or $59 per year. In addition to Pace Distribution and Heart Rate Analysis, runners can now tag their run as a “Race,” giving runners interactive and granular pace data at every point during the race, including:
A pace bar graph showing your pace fluctuation, as well as your mile/km trends
Visualization of your meaningful race splits, such as 5K splits for a marathon
Pace scrubbing data to analyze every critical point during the race
Projected finish time data based on your performance throughout the race
Finish flag with the finishing time, signifying the race achievement
Whether you have a goal to finish your first half, or qualifying for the Boston Marathon, Race Analysis lets you understand your strengths and weaknesses, as well as visualize critical points during a race that changed the outcome of your finish time. Upgrade to Premium and see your race performance in all its glory.