Your Strava Profile Page

The profile page is a great place to see a summary of your activities

Under your name, depending on your privacy settings, other athletes will see whether you are a Summit member, your location, and your primary club.

Calendar widget

The calendar widget gives you an overview of your activities by activity type and by date. You can see week by week how many activities you have recorded, which days you were active and the total activity time for that week.Strava_Runner_Profile___Megan_M_.png


The overview area, just below the calendar widget, shows you what trophies and achievements you've recently gotten. You can also tab over to see your Trophy Case, list of Followers and KOMs / CRs.Strava_Runner_Profile___Megan_M_.png


The Photo feed, located below Achievements, lets you share photos uploaded along with your activities. There is a limit on the number of photos displayed on your profile page. Your photos are still attached to their activities but you may not see all your photos displayed on your profile.


Activity Bar Chart

The activities displayed on the profile page are filtered by either time, distance or elevation gain. You can choose to view the activities grouped either by week or month and then you can select a week (or month) to display by clicking on the drop-down in the upper-right.Strava_Runner_Profile___Megan_M_.png

Side-bar Stats

On the lower-right of your own profile page, you can see your personal stats including averages for the last four weeks, totals for the year, and all-time totals. On another athletes page, you will see the essential stats for a user and you can quickly see how you compare to the user whose profile you're viewing. If it looks like your totals are incorrect or your Estimated Best Efforts are missing, select the 'Refresh Stats' button underneath the table.

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